The wait is over, request Microsoft Office 2016 and do your best work – anywhere, anytime, and with anyone. New, modern versions of the classic desktop applications, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, and Skype for Business, are built for maximum productivity. Continue reading
Microsoft Dynamics CRM is on a roll! On March 2015, Microsoft officials already had few good ideas to what would be in the Fall 2015 wave for Dynamics CRM. Starting on August 6, 2015, Microsoft is inviting every CRM fans to join their preview program and to sign-up into a survey of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Fall 2015 Preview programs. This survey includes Microsoft Dynamics CRM ‘Ara’, Microsoft Dynamics Marketing ‘Capella’, and Microsoft Social Engagement ‘Corvus’. Continue reading
Microsoft has announced that it will be effectively ending support for older Internet Explorer versions by 12th of January 2016 Continue reading
This guide will show you how to create client alerts in the system Continue reading
As the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 sets it’s foothold to the market, this platform is now generally available with a raft of new features promising to help make deal-making much more efficient for the enterprise. Continue reading
We were recently debugging a client problem with our mBO WebServices (mBO’s).
As the logging information is very detailed, there can be a lot of information to run through when looking for a problem or old data.
The mBO’s are very reliable, and when installed and operating rarely need to be looked at, but as with most software there will always be the occasional issue at the very least.
So we decided to more proactive with our logging and error detection. Continue reading
We had a problem with a Windows application we had written connecting to iMIS® 20. Despite using valid iMIS® 20 users and passwords, the login always failed. iMIS® on the other hand worked fine and logged in correctly. Continue reading
CRM is a helpful beast that tries to assist the user to do what’s needed. One of our clients had the problem that when they used CRM and Outlook/Exchange to send the email newsletters, some clients were getting multiple emails. They were very confused.
We think that the best way to avoid viruses is to use common sense, but that doesn’t mean you should avoid antiviruses at all. It depends very much on your activity across online browsing. If you are not browsing shady sites, chances are small that your computer getting infected with one of the evil viruses.
As you know, Windows computer requires regular updates from time to time. Sometimes the update warning notifies the user automatically when a new update is available; or, user can scan for updates manually.
When a program needs to store some temporary information’s during this particular scan, it will request a chunk of memory from the system. Continue reading