What I don’t like about Titan (CRM4)

If you are a competitor and are looking for terrible things a Microsoft Employee said against his own product, you will not find them here J The thing that I don’t like about Titan is that we have a bunch of cool features that aren’t discoverable enough or not so easy to understand.  Take for…

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Relationships eligibility in Titan (CRM 4)

If you are wondering what entities are eligible for which types of relationships, wonder no more, you can determine that programmatically using the Metadata API.  For RC0 we added a couple of new messages (documented on the SDK) that will make CRM customizers/developers life easier.   The messages are:  CanBeReferenced, CanBeReferencing, CanManyToMany, GetValidManytoMany, GetValidReferencedEntities, GetValidReferencingEntities.  Small…

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New Zunes

You got to admit that these devices are so much better (than the previous version of course he he). I’m not a “device” guy, meaning that I don’t have any personal music player; I just hate to carry stuff around. Every time I look at my old brick cell phone I tell my wife “That…

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Is the end is near? … I don’t think so

http://techland.blogs.fortune.cnn.com/2007/11/12/the-end-is-near/ From the link above.. “But if social ads work and Zuck & Co. harness the power of friend-to-friend recommendation—you can bet that online advertising money will flow like the Nile into Facebook. Why would anyone continue to advertise on Yahoo?”  Why? Because is not all about being social; it seems that people forget that…

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The social networking Buzz

I wonder, is all the Buzz around social networking justified? Besides tageting the consumer market, would it really provide business value? .. would having a direct integration with, lets say, CRM, with a social network (e.g. Facebook) provide real value for businesses?  And… what about all the “applications” spouring everywhere: -Peter parker sent you a…

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