In this demonstration of a real estate scenario, you'll see how Microsoft Online Services, including Microsoft Dynamics® CRM Online, Microsoft® Office 365, and Windows Azure,® provide a connected experience that leverages the power of the cloud.
If you ever had to manually synch up the values in a similar picklist on two different entity forms in CRM 4.0, you will like global option sets in CRM 2011. If you ever had to do it for three picklists on three entity forms in CRM 4.0 you will LOVE global option sets in CRM 2011.
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What is meant by solution and how and where it maintained in CRM?
A Solution is a container for components that make up a particular customization project. By keeping track of all the components of a single Solution, package, and maintain units of software that extend Microsoft Dynamics CRM
When a Solution is exported or imported, all components are transferred.
Version control is maintained
Security specific to the Solution is applied to the correct entities.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Features and Functionalities Part 2 of 2 - Support, Upgrade, & Fields
This video describes the supported configurations in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015, upgrade process, calculated fields, rollup fields, hierarchical security model, synchronization. http://community.dynamics.com/crm/default.aspx
any-to-Many-Relationships in Dynamics CRM 2011
This video provides an update on how they're handled in CRM 2011, specifically on the so-called "manual" approach to creating them.
Opportunity : Opportunity Form Fields
The opportunity form in Microsoft Dynamics CRM contains the following fields:
Topic: The opportunity’s interests. For example, if an existing customer called for details about a product, list the name of the product as the topic.
Contact: Lookup for a Contact record associated to the opportunity.
Account: Lookup for an Account record associated to the opportunity.
Purchase Timeframe: Timeframe for the potential sale of the sales opportunity.
Currency: Local currency for the record.
Budget Amount: Lead’s potential available budget.
Purchase Process: Whether an individual or committee will be involved in the purchase process.
Description: Text area for additional information for the opportunity.
Price List: The appropriate price list for organizations that use them.
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Sales Process Management
Watch this 7 minute video demonstration to learn how Microsoft Dynamics CRM can streamline, drive and control the complete sales cycle of your business. Contact one of our experts for more information. W: www.pa.com.au E: email@example.com T: 1800 126 499
Apple Leak Confirms 'All Glass' New iPhone
Last month the world’s most accurate Apple AAPL tipster revealed the company is working on a radical ‘all glass’ new iPhone. The news was met with cynicism and excitement in equal measure, and now a major Apple supplier has confirmed it…
Speaking at its annual shareholder meeting Allen Horng, chairman and chief executive of long time iPhone chassis maker Catcher Technology , said Apple will make its 2017 iPhone using a glass casing.
Breaking down the radical shift, Horng said using a glass chassis would prove expensive and that Catcher requires “advanced processing technology” to pull it off. He also explained that the chassis would need to be reinforced by a metal frame.
The move is expected to go far beyond Apple’s previous glass backed iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S and rival Samsung’s recent Galaxy S and Note lines by using a single piece of glass for the whole exterior. Pull that off and Apple would certainly have a smartphone that looked like no other.
But it isn’t all good news.
Horng said that “As far as I know, only one [iPhone] model will adopt glass casing next year” and, given the range’s pricing, that would suggest the iPhone 8 Plus (Apple is expected to skip the iPhone 7S moniker for the iPhone’s 10th anniversary) or even the hotly rumoured iPhone Pro. source:Forbes