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B. Box announces a series of new integrations with Microsoft and Google, bringing more flexibility to its collaboration platform. Read this article from Cloud Pro to rind out more about this.
Coming soon…new SharePoint Online and Office 365 Groups enhancements for end users . These enhancements include a “deeper integration” of Team Sites with Office 365 Groups. Microsoft is also expanding SharePoint Online’s site collection limit to 25TB. Read this article from Redmond to learn more about this.
Read this blog from Juan Carlos Gonzalez Martin, in which he discusses how to configure Planner to send e-mails when a task is assigned / completed!
Field Service for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 is a powerful tool to help support the activities of field based engineers. In this blog entry from Neil Parkhurst, in which he provides a collection of links to his various posts on Field Service for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
So, exactly how many CRMs do you need? If you have multiple CRM systems that overlap, ask yourself whether the benefits of consolidating these systems is worth the cost and the effort. You might benefit by moving to a common CRM platform. Check this link for some tips regarding this.
In this blog from Aman Kothari, multiple views inside a tab are implemented, with the help of web resource. Views shown will be Active Accounts, Active Contacts, and Open Opportunities
Other Cool Stuff
It has been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but with our busy schedules, sometimes its easy to skip. Here are some quick breakfast ideas . Check out this link to see 15 breakfast staples from Trader Joes.
Not getting the results you want with your social media campaign? Maybe you are not doing all that you can. Read this article from Business 2 Community to find out about 6 hot social media tips you should be doing to get the most out your hard work.
The new Inking feature on Microsoft Office apps for Android allows you to draw or write in documents. Read more from Android Central to learn more about this new feature.