Earning College Credit with a Microsoft Certification

Tony reminds us that both students and Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCPs) are eligible to earn college credit with a Microsoft Certification. In short, approved certifications can be applied for up to six semester hours of college credit in either a bachelor degree or associate degree in computer applications, information technology, or computer information systems. In…

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Thinking about becoming a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partner?

World-class customer experiences begin with your people. When you give them the right tools to boost their productivity and amplify their impact, you equip your organization for success. And that is exactly what Microsoft Dynamics CRM business software is designed to do. Take full advantage of Microsoft Dynamics CRM partnership offers and benefits. Whether your…

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Introducing the MSDN/TechNet Profile Recognition System

In April a new MSDN/TechNet recognition system was deployed across the entire Microsoft Technical Communities. This system incorporates points, achievements, leaderboards, statistics, areas of expertise, affiliations and badges/labels. I have gotten so many questions about the new program that I thought I would share my experience so far. First and foremost, the MSDN, TechNet and…

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CRMUG: Introducing 10@10 of 10

How much can you learn about Microsoft Dynamics CRM in 10 minutes? More than you’d think! Catch CRMUG’s 10@10 of 10 series on Wednesdays this summer at 12:50pm (ET). Each week, a Microsoft MVP will spend about 10 minutes sharing one brilliant idea about how you can more effectively use Dynamics CRM. This is rapid-fire…

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Microsoft Dynamics Most Influential People Top 100

Wow, I made it into the DynamicsWorld.co.uk’s Microsoft Dynamics Most Influential People Top 100. The Most Influential People in Microsoft Dynamics for 2011 is based on a number of criteria, and with more than 25000 unique voters and more than 500 000 votes in total the annual list is now firmly established in the Microsoft…

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Luv this CRM Online Campaign ~ Is it right for you?

Passing on sale information is fun, especially when it is the right time for my friends and coworkers. So just in case you have been sittin’ on the fence about trying Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, try it for free for 30 days. If you luv it, convert the free into a membership at these sale…

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It’s Time to Switch to Hotmail

Hotmail has come a long way in the last few years. I have accounts in so many service and my fav is Hotmail. Here are some great reasons to consider it – especially for people using Yahoo! Mail: It has everything you expect in modern email – less spam, more ways to stay protected from…

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Office 365 public beta is open – register today at www.office365.com

Microsoft Office 365 for professionals and small businesses is a subscription service that combines the familiar Microsoft Office Web Apps with a set of web-enabled tools that are easy to learn and use, that work with your existing hardware, and that come backed by the robust security, reliability, and control you need to run your…

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Introducing Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Claims-based Authentication

The IFD team and I just updated Configuring IFD with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 based on reader feedback. Included is a new video by Henning Petersen called Introducing Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Claims-based Authentication: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Claims-based Authentication This is an updated video demonstrating how-to configure the RTM CRM 2011 deployment with Claims…

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