A week is a small space of time in the Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement world at the moment, as we ramp up to the October release and the many changes this brings to the table. This week, some interesting developments occurred concerning CSP licensing for the product.
Provisioning licenses as a Microsoft Cloud Solutions provider can be tricky sometimes, as you attempt to match the correct add-on subscription to its appropriate "parent" subscription. In this post, we'll see an example of this in practice when trying to provision a Microsoft Teams/Skype for Business Audio Conferencing license.
For the past 13 weeks on the blog, I have delivered a series of posts concerning Microsoft Exam 70-778, specifically focused towards providing a set of detailed revision notes that cover the broad array of Power BI features assessed as part of the exam. To round things off, today's blog will bridge together everything I [...]
Welcome to the final post in my blog series concerning Microsoft Exam 70-778, where I hope to provide a revision tool for those planning to take the exam or a learning aid for those looking to increase their Power BI knowledge. Last weeks post discussed a range of topics about access and security when using [...]
Welcome to the twelfth and penultimate post in my blog series concerning Microsoft Exam 70-778, where I hope to provide a revision tool for those planning to take the exam or a learning aid for those looking to increase their Power BI knowledge. We're on the home stretch now and, after reviewing last week the [...]
The life of a Dynamics CRM/Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement (CRM/D365CE) professional is one of continual learning across many different technology areas within the core "stack" of the Business Applications platform. Microsoft has clarified this in no uncertain terms recently via the launch of the Power Platform offering, making it clear that cross-skilling across the [...]
The whole concept of audio conferencing - the ability for a diverse range of participants to dial into a central location for a meeting - is hardly a new concept for the 21st century. Its prevalence, however, has undoubtedly grown sharply in the last 15-20 years; to the point now where, to use an analogy, [...]
The very nature of how businesses or organisations operate means that the sheer volume of sensitive or confidential data that can grow over time presents a genuine challenge from a management and security point of view. Tools and applications like cloud storage, email and other information storage services can do great things; but on occasions [...]
Cybersecurity should be an ongoing concern for any organisation, regardless of its size and complexity. This is chiefly for two essential business reasons: A cybersecurity incident or breach could, depending on its severity, result in significant reputational or financial damage if not adequately safeguarded against or handled correctly. When judging whether to award a contract [...]
If you are heavily involved with the management and deployment of Office 365 Click-to-Run installation packages on a daily basis, the chances are that you have come across all sorts of weird and wonderful error messages throughout your travels. Although I am admittedly a novice in this area, I know there is oft the requirement [...]