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March, 2008

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    What's in a Name: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online

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    This has been reported many places including ChannelWeb : "Microsoft is making it clear that its software-as-a-service CRM application, now being rolled out to the general marketplace, isn't just for small businesses. So the vendor is changing its name...
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    Campaigns from start to finish

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    Marketing campaigns can span months, years, and dozens of tasks and activities. Here's one example, titled Campaigns from Start to Finish , of how a marketing team can use Microsoft Dynamics CRM to plan, run, and track its campaigns from start to finish...
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    Get the Most Out of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0

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    When you buy Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0, you receive a wealth of resources at your fingertips. In addition to a comprehensive set of Help available in the product, and a Resource Center that links you to the thriving CRM community, we provide a diverse...
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    ZDNET: Microsoft's Platform as a Service Plans

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    Microsoft’s Platform as a Service Plans: Putting the Pieces Together talks about Microsoft's PaaS. Not family with that acronym yet? It's all about platform as a service and the cloud computing model. "What this further refinement to Microsoft’s cloud...
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    Advanced DAta Migration Map Editor

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    Partners, Customers and Field personnel with complex data migration needs will find the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Advanced Data Migration Map Editor on CodePlex to be a very intriguing solution. The Map Editor allows users to prepare the advanced XML...
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    Steve B's Convergence Keynote Address

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    I was rewatching Steve Ballmer's keynote address at Convergence 2008 and it was obvious to me that he is most definitely a CRM Fan. Steve highlighted CRM and CRM Live with two demos including the Softward+Services capabilities. You can watch the keynote...
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    Windows Live Maps Rocks

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    I was grabbing a map for a new drummer so that he could attend our practice tomorrow and I chose Windows Live Map this time. Wow, has it improved; faster, slicker, and more intuitive to use, it will become my fav mapping web site for the time being. There...
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    Inside CRM: Should Microsoft drag CRM to the Recycle Bin?

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    Chris Bucholtz on InsideCRM.com speaks up about recent blathering in the world of CRM: "Nobody likes a killjoy. Just as Microsoft is holding its big Convergence event down in Florida, and just as their CRM folks are scurrying to get Microsoft Dynamics...
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    Solving the Kbyte vs. KBIT Problem & Pi Day

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    This from xkcd.com just tickled me. I've added xkcd.com to my RSS. Have you? (Photo by AP/Larry Crowe) ValleyWag reminds me that today is Pi Day , potentially the nerdiest holiday of all holidays. Happy Friday. :o) I'm listening to 'A Narnia Lullaby'...
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    Ballmer outlines Microsoft's enterprise ambitions

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    March 12, 2008 (IDG News Service) ORLANDO -- "CEO Steve Ballmer used his opening keynote at Microsoft Corp's Convergence user conference here not only to preview a number of updates to the company's Dynamics line of business software, but also to make...
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