I am please to announce that the Australian Dynamics team will be holding an "ERP in the Cloud Partner Day" for Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics GP partners in the region to attend.
When: Wednesday October 2nd, 8:30am-5:30pm AESTWhere: Microsoft North Ryde Office, 1 Epping Road, North Ryde, Australia
The Dynamics Australia team would like to invite you to join us at ERP in the Cloud Partner Day on Wednesday October 2nd in the Microsoft Sydney Office.
The day will kick off with general sessions that discuss ERP in the Cloud and then we’ll dive into specific NAV and GP technical tracks. Partners will have the opportunity to learn about our new cloud enabled Dynamics solutions, hear from our ISV’s and local solution partners, and network with the Dynamics team and other partners.
Don’t miss out, register today.
Please feel free to forward this article to anyone else in your team!
"From a technical perspective, what we've enabled is the ability for Microsoft Dynamics Certified Partners to deploy Microsoft Dynamics NAV and GP solutions in the cloud on Windows Azure Infrastructure Services. This means your solution can now be hosted in a secure, private cloud on a Windows Azure Virtual Machine. End users can access the solution using Web or desktop clients, either from the office or on the go using mobile device"
Dynamics ERP senior director Paul WhiteRead more here
Hope you can make it.
So does this mean that in order to participate in an 'in the Cloud' meeting we have to be on site?
This is a local event for Australian (and other regional) partners.
I don't think there will be any webcasting of it.
PS: I do get the irony of a local "Cloud" event. :-)
I was hoping you appreciated the irony :)
Lol! The girl is got jokes.
She's right though. A Cloud event...onsite! Only Down Under.
Mariano Gomez, MVP
I ran across these 2 functions in the core params file and thought their naming was interesting...any idea what these do?
SYSTEM GLOBAL FUNCTION: Suicide_later
function returns integer result;
in integer seconds_to_wait;
SYSTEM GLOBAL FUNCTION: Suicide_now
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