Good morning and welcome to the weekend edition of the cloud news. We’ve chosen some of the best and most popular posts from the week. Enjoy your reading and have a great weekend. You can review the whole weeks articles at our website.
Dynamics AX is now integrated with Microsoft Flow. By the end of September we will release a more couple new features for flow. To learn more, visit the Microsoft Flow Blog.
How to access Project Madeira preview outside of the USA, or inside the USA without adding it to your corporate Office 365 domain. Here at the 365 Talent portal.
Office 2016 Rollout began late last week. The Office team has made changes to how the 2016 apps are updated moving forward, in an effort to improve the upgrade and installation experience for Office 365 subscribers. Read here for the tools, guidance, and resources needed to get ready for Office 2016.
Microsoft announced today that the Office 365 Project Time Reporter iOS app is now available for download on iOS devices. This allows users to submit timesheets and report progress on tasks tracked in Project Online. Article from MsPoweruser.
With the Dynamics 2016 Spring Release for CRM Online, a much anticipated feature for CRM Online has finally been rolled out. This is the ability for the end user to be able to manage and restore database backups, to your Online instance whenever you want. Previously customers had to engage Microsoft support to do this for them, but now they’ll be able to manage this process on their own. Read about this new feature at Sonoma Partners.
In this CRM Tip of the Day, what exactly the feedback entity is used for is addressed. You will also be walked through, step by step, how to set it up and configure it.
Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday that it would buy back up to 40 billion U.S. dollars worth of shares by December 2016 in a new repurchase program. Microsoft continues to be “the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world.” It’s not easy for a company to stay current with the trend of electronic devices, but I think under the direction of CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft has done a fabulous job! Article from Business Insider.
The best upgraded features of iOS 10, what you should be using now, and how to use them. Click here to learn more out about the great features.