My Highlights from the October 2018 Business Application Release Notes

With two major Microsoft events recently taking place back to back over the last fortnight - Microsoft Inspire & the Business Applications Summit - there is, understandably, a plethora of major new announcements that concern those of us who are working in the Business Applications space today. The critical announcement from my perspective is the [...]

Top 10 Most Viewed CRM Chap Blog Posts

Slight change of pace with this week's blog post, which will be a fairly condensed and self-indulgent affair - due to personal circumstances, I have been waylaid somewhat when it comes to producing content for the blog and I have also been unable to make any further progress with my new YouTube video series. Hoping [...]

Working with IFrames and CRM/D365E Attribute Values from Adxstudio and Portals

An oft-requested requirement as part of any Dynamics CRM/Dynamics 365 for Enterprise (D365E) deployment is a level of integration with another application system. In some of these cases, this will involve pulling through external web pages and passing them form-level attribute values, to load an external systems report, record page etc. From a CRM/D365E point [...]

Dissecting Dynamics 365 Enterprise

November 1st, 2016 is looming closer and closer, and anyone who is working with Dynamics CRM should be aware of the importance of this date. Dynamics 365 Enterprise will be officially released on this day, replacing all existing Dynamics CRM Online pricing/licensing offers for new customers. Existing Dynamics CRM customers & partners are starting to get [...]

CRM Portal Exam Imminent?

In anticipation of the Spring Wave release of CRM (which I am really excited about), I have been doing some research into ADXstudio and CRM Portals. As you may already know, Microsoft bought ADXstudio last year and aims to tightly integrate the product under new branding, as an add-on for existing CRM Online customers and [...]