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SharePoint Online Migration Planning Traps and Tricks - Part 2

Published by Pat Terry on Tuesday, September 12, 2017

This is the second of a two-part blog series on SharePoint Online migration planning and “traps and tricks.” Part 1 focused on some of the major planning items that need to be addressed. Part 2 will focus on some of the “traps and tricks” that we need to take into consideration as part of a SharePoint Online/Office 365 migration.

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Speaking at SharePoint Chicago Dec 2017

Published by Mark Roden on Tuesday, September 5, 2017

I will be speaking at the 2017 SharePointFest Chicago conference December 8th, at McCormick Place, Chicago. I will be talking about how O365 adoption can be made easier by having an internal emerging technologies team try and solve some simple business problems and lead to a broader adoption of the platform within an organization.

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Ready or Not: Dynamics 365 CRM v9.0 July Updates

Published on Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Microsoft Dynamics CRM updates mid-year are often a recipe of fixes, security updates and tweaks rather than long awaited features CRM users and stakeholders have been asking about for years. However, there are some major additions for everyone to be aware of in the July 2017 v9.0 release being rolled out in previews and within the online version only (initially).

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Dynamics 365 for Sales A Leader in Latest Forrester Wave

Published on Tuesday, August 22, 2017

As we head into the new fiscal year at Microsoft, we continue to see the transformation of buyer-seller dynamics. Buyers unequivocally have higher expectations and more influence. At the same time, sellers are under-equipped to juggle multiple stakeholders and overburdened with outdated tools. That’s why here at Microsoft, our number-one priority is to help sales organizations adapt to the new reality and thrive by building stronger and better relationships with buyers, while achieving higher productivity.

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Speaking at XChange 2017 Keynote: Tech Solutions That Will Drive Tomorrow's Revenue

Published by John Head on Tuesday, August 15, 2017

I am excited to be part of the panel keynote at XChange 2017 entitled Keynote: Living On The Edge: The Tech Solutions That Will Drive Tomorrow's Revenue. The abstract: Solution providers are always looking for the next big thing when it comes to tech solutions they can offer their customers. But placing bets isn't so easy especially when it comes to the risk-reward ratio.

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MWLUG 2017 – Slides

Published by Kathy Brown on Friday, August 11, 2017

As promised, and possibly the fastest I've ever put up slides after an event, here are my slides from my session at MWLUG 2017!  MWLUG2017-MakingTheShift My session was about developers making the shift from Notes/Domino and XPages developers to modern web developers, using Angular and Node as the example.  (Photo credit: Kevin Pettitt)

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Dynamics 365 - Multiple Options to Pick From

Published by Michael Springer on Thursday, August 10, 2017

With the July 2017 update for Dynamics 365, Microsoft finally introduces a feature that has long been the source of multiple workarounds - the multi-option picklist.

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MWLUG 2017-BP102-Collaboration and Productivity from the Other Side

Published by John Head on Wednesday, August 9, 2017

I will be presenting BP102-Collaboration and Productivity from the other side on Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT in Beech Room at MWLUG 2017.

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