Office 365 . Powershell
Admin Center vs. PowerShell: 6 Reasons Why You Need to Use PowerShell
Nicolas Bouchard

Admin Center vs. PowerShell: 6 Reasons Why You Need to Use PowerShell

PowerShell is a command-line environment that's designed specifically for system administration. PowerShell helps you control and automate the administration of the Windows operating system, server applications, and cloud-based services such as Office 365. [+]

Dynamics 365 Online . Enterprise Addition . User Interface
6 Things You Should Know About Office 365 Retention Policies
Frederic Charest

What’s New in the User Interface for Enterprise edition of Dynamics 365 (Online)

Since the upgrade from Dynamics 2011 to Dynamics 2013, the user interface of Dynamics 365 (Dynamics CRM previously) didn’t undergo any major changes. Sure, the navigation bar saw some changes, along with small updates here and there, but nothing to write home about. With this latest update, Microsoft decided to listen to what the customers want, and they sure delivered.  [+]

Dashboard . Dynamics 365 . Power BI
What Is Office 365 MyAnalytics
Frederic Charest

Inserting Power BI into Dynamics 365 Dashboard

A dashboard is a powerful business tool that is designed to provide information depending on the need of each user and what they need to view, analyze, and share.  [+]

Office 365
How to Use Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant for Office 365 in 8 Steps
Nicolas Bouchard

How to Use Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant for Office 365 in 8 Steps

Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant for Office 365 is an application introduced by Microsoft that helps users fix problems within Office 365 applications like Outlook, Power BI, and Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) through a few simple steps. [+]

App Platform Enterprise Edition . Dynamics 365 Online . Extensibility . What’s New in Extensibility and App Platform in the Enterprise Edition for Dynamics 365 (Online)
What Is Office 365 MyAnalytics
Frederic Charest

What’s New in Extensibility and App Platform in the Enterprise Edition for Dynamics 365 (Online)

Microsoft has been putting a lot of effort and work into the Dynamics 365 product. If we take a look at the history of the Dynamics family, it is obvious Microsoft is investing a lot of time and resourcing in perfecting and unifying the whole business solutions experience. [+]

Dynamics 365 . Microsoft Flow
Mariya Zinchenko

Achieve More with Dynamics 365 Using Microsoft Flow

Not too long ago, Microsoft introduced an exciting extension to office 365 known as Microsoft Flow. It is a cloud-based service that allows you to create automated workflows between your favorite applications and services.  [+]

Dynamics 365 . PowerApps
What Is Office 365 MyAnalytics
Mariya Zinchenko

What Is PowerApps?

This article focuses on how to leverage PowerApps and the Common Data Service to build integrated solutions with business applications.  [+]

Business Edition . Dynamics 365 . Sales
Setting Up Office 365 Connector for Mail Flow
Frederic Charest

Introducing Dynamics 365 for Sales, Business Edition

When Microsoft first introduced Dynamics 365, it introduced the concept of apps to separate different business modules. Now the “old” Dynamics apps (Dynamics CRM, Dynamics NAV, AX…) all became part of one big product. [+]

Office 365
14 Security and Compliance Features in Office 365 You'll Want to Know About
Simon Langlois

14 Security and Compliance Features in Office 365 You’ll Want to Know About

Office 365 offers built-in capabilities and customer controls to help customers meet compliance standards. Let’s look at the security and governance feature available in all major services. [+]

Dynamics 365 . Sales Business Edition
How to Use DLP Office 365
Frederic Charest

What We Can Expect from Dynamics 365 for Sales Business Edition

Microsoft has been pushing its business solutions very hard the last couple of years to cover as many areas as possible while still keeping a user-friendly and easy-to-use aspect. Sometimes customers are only interested in parts of Dynamics, which explains why Microsoft went with the decision of dividing main areas into “Apps.”  [+]

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