In Part 1 of “Future Proofing your Implementation and Configuration – The Licensing Question” I covered off a couple things to take into account as far as licensing goes. The next question is around the Microsoft roadmap and a few things both customers and partners need to consider when planning for and implementing Dynamics 365 […]
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement is an incredibly versatile platform that can be configured with relative ease. This is both a good and bad thing because often solutions that are implemented descend into configuration anarchy. Yes, it sounds as bad and it is. Imagine a deployment with hundreds of entities, attributes and solutions that are […]
Recently I posted a Vlog talking about the new Custom Control Framework available within Dynamics 365 V9. Some of the controls, such as the pen control, were actually made available in V8.2. This video shows how to utilise these controls in V8.2.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement contains some impressive hidden gems in some really cool functionality that really promote a more immersive and interactive user experience. One such gem is the Custom Control Framework or CCF, which enables users the ability to place interactive controls over attributes. This video shows off some of the standard Custom […]
There are so many discussions about Microsoft Teams, how they are being used and how they will work with Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement. If you think about what exactly Microsoft Teams really does it starts to make perfect sense. GOOGLE TOLD ME THIS: “Microsoft Teams is a chat-based collaboration tool that is part of the Office […]