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  • Blog Post: Welcome to VMlimited ~ Your worst nightmare

    Have you read Frank Shaw’s blog post or the feature story on the Microsoft News Center .  Maybe you’ve seen coverage on CNET or WinRumors – or any number of other places that it has already shown up.  But in case you haven’t, today Microsoft released a video that has a bit of fun with one of...
  • Blog Post: Highlights: Great Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog Post ~ Week 2

    CRM Team Blog ~ Web Resources Generated During Upgrades: Don't Ship Them! Since Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 shipped, it has been common practice for ISVs to upgrade their development organizations from CRM 4.0 to 2011 so that they can ship their customizations via solutions. After upgrade, most of...
  • Blog Post: Highlights: Great Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog Posts this Week

    There have been some seriously helpful thinks written about Microsoft Dynamics CRM written in the blogosphere this week: Writing a Multi-Currency Aware Roll-up Plug-in By crmblog   · 6/24/2011 The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog News and views from the Microsoft Dynamics CRM ... Microsoft Dynamics CRM...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the MSDN/TechNet Profile Recognition System

    In April a new MSDN/TechNet recognition system was deployed across the entire Microsoft Technical Communities . This system incorporates points, achievements, leaderboards, statistics, areas of expertise, affiliations and badges/labels. I have gotten so many questions about the new program that I thought...
  • Blog Post: Chief is back at College

    Didn’t know he was a righty? Kudos to Keith Combs for pointing to this way cool vid.
  • Blog Post: WPC Streaming Content this Year ~ 2011

    I wasn’t able to attend the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference this year in Los Angeles. But with the videos coming from the event, I can almost feel like I’m there. There is a real interesting dynamic there with partners from all over the globe attending, sharing, and breaking bread. I look forward...
  • Blog Post: 2011 Partner of the Year ~ Hitachi Consulting

    We luv our partners so it give me great pleasure to point to this article in case you missed it last week. Kudos Hitachi Consulting! DALLAS — July 7, 2011 — Hitachi Consulting, a leading provider of IT consulting and management consulting solutions and services, proudly announced it has won the 2011...
  • Blog Post: Getting Hired by Microsoft ~ the Zoosk way

    Over the years many, many family and friends have sent me their resume to get hired by Microsoft. I’m embarrassed to say very few made the cut. But many of those who took my advice to join a temp agency and come in that way worked themselves into a job of a life time. They did this by learning from Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Working From Home in 2011

    Here is an interesting study from this Microsoft Presspass article: Remote Working Now a “Business Imperative”   My fav part: The ongoing rise of telework reflects the new realities of today’s mobile information age, said Ron Markezich, corporate vice president of Microsoft’s U.S. Enterprise and...
  • Blog Post: MicrosoftFeed: Meet Leon Tribe – Dynamics CRM MVP from Australia

    MicrosoftFeed.com : My name is Leon Tribe and I am the Applications Practice Lead at Praxa , a subsidiary of CDC Global Services. I was born in the UK but moved to Australia and did high school here. Later I studied physics and eventually moved into IT. I initially worked as a server administrator and...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft to Military: Thank You For Your Service

    As a retired U.S. Army Major in the Corps of Engineers I want to say thank you Microsoft. I can’t think of a better company to work for after retiring from 20 years in the military. We still serve! Microsoft's commitment to helping the military has always been impressive to me. Many of the skills I learned...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics Most Influential People Top 100

    Wow, I made it into the DynamicsWorld.co.uk’s Microsoft Dynamics Most Influential People Top 100 . The Most Influential People in Microsoft Dynamics for 2011 is based on a number of criteria, and with more than 25000 unique voters and more than 500 000 votes in total the annual list is now firmly established...
  • Blog Post: Demoing Microsoft Dynamics CRM at CloudForce 2011

    My good friend and CRM MVP Leon Tribe (an Aussie don’t cha know) shares this snapshot with us: … with the comment: #salesforce were a little short handed on the booths so I thought I would help out #msdyncrm #cloudforce. When asked, “Did they kick you out?” Leon replies, “No, although if I had played...
  • Blog Post: Act now to get $200 off Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online

    Through May 28, 2011, qualifying organizations will receive $200 for each Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online subscription license. When you purchase 30 seats, you can get $6,000 back. Buy 100 seats, get $20,000. Also, for a limited time only, your organization can license Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online...
  • Blog Post: Social Media Explorer ~ Strategy In Four Steps

    Mike Lewis, Vice President of Marking a Sales at Awareness, Inc pens Social Media Strategy in Four Steps for your consideration. My fav part is the measuring of ROI which can be a hard nut to crack. Once you’ve set the goals for your social channels and established your key audiences and the platforms...
  • Blog Post: Luv this CRM Online Campaign ~ Is it right for you?

    Passing on sale information is fun, especially when it is the right time for my friends and coworkers. So just in case you have been sittin’ on the fence about trying Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online , try it for free for 30 days. If you luv it, convert the free into a membership at these sale prices.
  • Blog Post: New MSDN Code Samples Gallery

    Ran into the all new MSDN Code Samples Gallery a while back and have been meaning to update my fav coders. I had been recommending the Microsoft Code Gallery but this is the new place. Here is some 411: What is the Code Samples Gallery? With the Code Samples Gallery we are providing Microsoft and the...
  • Blog Post: It’s Time to Switch to Hotmail

    Hotmail has come a long way in the last few years. I have accounts in so many service and my fav is Hotmail. Here are some great reasons to consider it – especially for people using Yahoo! Mail: It has everything you expect in modern email – less spam, more ways to stay protected from hackers (full session...
  • Blog Post: Office 365 public beta is open - register today at www.office365.com

    Microsoft Office 365 for professionals and small businesses is a subscription service that combines the familiar Microsoft Office Web Apps with a set of web-enabled tools that are easy to learn and use, that work with your existing hardware, and that come backed by the robust security, reliability, and...
  • Blog Post: KEXP.org: Where the Music and Technology Matter

    From the KEXP.org: Where the Music and Technology Matter post which is a great example of how the Seattle local radio station KEXP is using the Microsoft Cloud (CRM, Azure, Office 365). KEXP Seattle is truly listener powered; roughly 60% of KEXP's operating income comes directly from individual donors...
  • Blog Post: Welcoming the Microsoft Office Web Apps

    On February 1 the Office Web Apps (on Windows Live SkyDrive and Hotmail) team announced the product would become available worldwide in March. The Office Web Apps are now live in 18 new countries in Central and South America, including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft and Feds take down the largest Botnet in the World

    Just Tweeted: Largest Spam Network Shut Down by Microsoft and Feds! http://tinyurl.com/SpamBlowStruck Now for the rest of the story from the Official Microsoft Blog : Just over a year ago, we announced that the Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit (DCU), in cooperation with industry and academic experts, had...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 9 has been released into the wild!

    Web browsing is the No. 1 thing people do on their Windows-based PC, and as such, they increasingly expect the same experience they associate with their PC applications from their favorite Web-based e-mail service, photo site or social network site. This kind of immersive experience does not occur on...
  • Blog Post: GIZMODO: This is what Pi Sounds Like

    Happy Pi day folks! Math teachers, students and scientists are celebrating Pi Day today. Some of us are life-long students who love the mystery of numbers. Pi is a Greek letter and the symbol used for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It is a number with no end that starts with...
  • Blog Post: Best of the Blogs: MS Dynamics World Top 5 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blogs

    I’d like to thank my wife, who has put up with me for 35 years… Yep, MS Dynamics World has recognized this blog as one of the Top Five CRM blogs with the following observations: Thank you. I didn’t think anyone noticed. ;O)
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