MVP Friday Five: December 2, 2011

This week’s MVP Friday Five is incredibly diverse with MVPs contributing from three different countries from four different expertise. Each of these recently published posts by MVPs includes valuable insight, tips and solutions MVPs are known for.  Enjoy this small sampling of the contributions MVPs make to the tech community every day!

1. Why Woolworths Homeshop Needs a CRM (And Maybe You Do Too)

By Dynamics CRM MVP Leon Tribe

In this post Leon shares his experience home delivery from an Australian supermarket and how the issues could be resolved if this chain implemented a CRM.


2. 31 Days of OData – Day 1 Background of OData

By Data Platform Development: Architecture MVP Chris Woodruff

Chris Woodruff covers the Background of OData in this first post of his thirty day series on OData.


3. SSAS: Multiple SQL Queries in ROLAP Mode

By SQL Server MVP Boyan Penev

Boyan attempts to illustrate the consequences and offer a solution for the situation when in MOLAP mode, SSAS checks for mismatches during processing, but a partition is in ROLAP storage mode, so you don’t get a notification that anything is wrong.


4. Temporary User Profiles

By Windows Expert-IT Pro: Architecture MVP Helge Klein

Helge outlines four common reasons why Windows would issue a temporary user profile.


5. Installing Forefront TMG 2010 SP2 on Enterprise Arrays

By Forefront MVP Richard Hicks

Richard walks you through the correct sequence and process for intastalling Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Forefront TMG 20120.

We are always looking for more MVP stories for our Friday Five series. If you’re an MVP and would like your blog posts considered for our MVP Friday Five, please provide your URL in the comments section below or reach out to your MVP Lead!








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