FAQ: Microsoft Certification Exam Development

“At Microsoft, we strive to ensure that our certifications are relevant, respected, and highly valued within the IT community and that they objectively prove the expertise of technology practitioners. Earning a Microsoft Certification helps demonstrate an individual’s comprehension of the latest IT developments and mastery of skills in a specific technology. Microsoft Certifications command great…


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…


Top Ten CRM Blogs of the Week

There are so many CRM blogs to choose from that I thought I might introduce you to some of my favorite bloggers and their most recent posts. Enjoy! Richard Knudson’s Microsoft Dynamics CRM Trick Bag: Building Business Processes in Dynamics CRM 2011: Installment 10 Custom Dialog Process to Resolve Cases Previously, I characterized three broad…


Twitter from a Guy who Tried Not to like the Platform

I was not an immediate fan of Twitter. But my job has a lot to do about social, so I grudgingly started to use the social media tool. I followed the notion of tweeting ten or more times a day to start with. Then I started linking my activities on Twitter to other platforms like…


Performance Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

I’m looking at the Performance Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and wondering who will be the first to submit a review to this page for the toolkit. I know that a lot of people are using this toolkit to tweak their installations of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. The Performance Toolkit is designed to formalize…


The Linc Group talks about their move to Microsoft Dynamics CRM

The Linc Group needed a custom CRM solution for their quickly growing company. This quick video covers some of the decisions they made to create a world-class CRM solution. When it comes to integrating workflows that are designed around the way your company works, the programmability of Microsoft Dynamics CRM can be a big win.


Microsoft Dynamics CRM “extreme 2011 Las Vegas” Conference

The premier event for Microsoft Dynamics CRM partners is just around the corner.  Extreme 2011 Las Vegas will be held from October 2nd though October 5th. extreme 2011 Las Vegas  is a 100% partner focused event dedicated to advancing best practices and strategies for successful Microsoft Dynamics CRM partner organizations. The goal of extreme is…


Headed to Building 7 for a meeting with my Mentor

The mythical building 7 on the main Microsoft campus has been a running joke for years. I first ran into it when I was a contractor in ‘92. For those of you who haven’t a clue what I’m talking about check out this CIO article, “The Mystery of Microsoft’s Building Seven Lives On”. “A new-hire…


Today: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Community Page Updated

Maureen, a super powerful wizard of an editor, has updated the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Dev Center Community page. I’ve suggested that we move the social media stuff from the bottom of the page to the top as we are gaining so many users in that space. For example the CRM on LinkedIn group is over…


Twiends: How to Twitter

Twiends.com presents this fun Infographic: How to Twitter. They answer beginner questions such as how to set up your Twitter account, how to start tweeting, and how to use hashtags and lists.