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May, 2010

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    Delivering results: Microsoft Dynamics + Office 2010 + SharePoint 2010

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    As you know, earlier this month we launched Microsoft Office and SharePoint 2010 to businesses .  This was an exciting launch for not only Office and SharePoint customers, but also for businesses that use Microsoft Dynamics CRM and ERP solutions...
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    The Zen of Metablogging

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    By now you’ve probably noticed that I’m blogging less and the theme for my site has been changed by a recent move to a new blogging engine. I’m in blog site design Hell as I work to figure out the new CSS tricks and tips. I’m very much like my friend...
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    Microsoft Blog Migration

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    Two updates from this huge migration and change for all Microsoft Bloggers and communities: The blog migration is getting underway last night. As this post goes live we are backing up the millions of posts, users, comments, images, files and profiles...
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    Advanced Dev Extensions

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    I just wanted to call out an excellent article written by David Jennaway regarding the new MicrosoftXrm components in the latest SDK. http://mscrmuk.blogspot.com/2010/05/crm-sdk-4012-and-advanced-developer.html . David is a Microsoft CRM MVP. “The CRM...
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    Microsoft Dynamics CRM Jazz

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    Sittin’ at my desk, pounding away on the keyboard while listening to Pete Thomas. Wonder if he’d accept the title of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Jazz King? Here’s his Voodoo Chill which I have been known to play at some events.  Okay, for extra points...
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    Goodbye Newsgroups. Hello Forums

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    For those of you who have seen or heard this: “Beginning in June 2010, Microsoft will begin closing newsgroups and migrating users to Microsoft forums that include Microsoft Answers, TechNet and MSDN. This move will centralize content, make it easier...
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    Accelerate, customize, and deploy with the new Security Compliance Manager

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    This new download on TechNet caught my eye the other day: The Security Compliance Manager provides centralized security baseline management features, a baseline portfolio, customization capabilities, and security baseline export flexibility to accelerate...
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    Microsoft Dynamics xRM Capabilities

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    Some friends of mine are working the xRM Showcase Challenge which is a contest for solutions built with Microsoft Dynamics® CRM and its flexible application development framework, xRM . Submit your solution to a vote of our online community. Win enough...
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