One common request when creating a Dynamics CRM solution for a client is to change the names of entities to keep them in sync with the industry vertical or the company, in question. While it may be common practice, there is no best practice. Taking this into consideration, a pet peeve of mine is when I see a name-changing process not […]
With cloud technologies at the front of our product platforms, Microsoft have started releasing new products at lightening speed. With a myriad of overlapping capabilities, including Microsoft’s new collaboration options, how do you determine the tools required and how to collaborate?
There are numerous options to choose from including Microsoft SharePoint on-premises, SharePoint Online, OneDrive For Business, Office 365 Groups, Microsoft Teams, […]
SQL Server 2016 represents the biggest leap forward in Microsoft data platform history. The recently released new version of SQL Server brings many exciting new features such as; an overhaul of Reporting Services, integration with big data platforms such as Hadoop using Polybase, predictive analytics with R, dynamic data masking and an overall tighter integration with cloud services.
The new functionality in […]
Microsoft are nearing public release of their Canadian cloud services with datacentres in Toronto and Quebec City; Azure is on track for broad availability in the second half of 2016, closely followed by Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online. Microsoft will soon offer a complete enterprise cloud hosted from within Canada offering locally deployed services.
These new locally deployed services will address […]