MSDN Forums: CRM Labs Solutions

In January we rolled out a dedicated forum for the CRM Labs Solutions team to answer your questions about apps, accelerators, and Labs. If there are other resources like this you would like to have, ping me. 

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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 also known as KEXP members. As…

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Girish talks with Akvelon about Global Search

In this Channel 9 video I chat with Sergei Dreizin, CEO of Akvelon. Akvelon has built a highly-configurable global search add-in for CRM and in this video Sergei shows a demo of their search product working with CRM 2011. Akvelon’s Global Search supports searching data across multiple entities, contents of attachment, displays related entities for…

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T-3 Weeks until Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2011! Are you ready?

Attending Convergence for the first time can often be overwhelming. In fact, it can be overwhelming even after attending for two or more years. There are a lot of events and information to take in during Convergence. We decided to have a short Q&A session with one of our clients, Julie, who has attended Convergence…

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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 Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua,…

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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 successfully taken down the botnet Waledac in an operation…

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Do you want to talk to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team?

If you are going to Convergence 2011, in Atlanta this year, consider spending time with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team. The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Team is enthusiastically looking forward to meeting you at Convergence 2011, sharing with you some of our ideas and aspirations for future versions of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, and, as always, learning…

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Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Solutions

So many people are starting to play with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Solutions that I thought I’d share the Introduction article written by my friend Jim Daly. Solutions are how customizers and developers author, package, and maintain units of software that extend Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. Customizers and developers…

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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 the Web today, and using a…

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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…

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