Good morning and welcome to our Weekly Cloud News Roundup. There have been a lot of interesting developments this past week in cloud news, particularly with Microsoft. They continue to work towards CEO, Nadella’s vision of “cloud first and mobile first,” his much repeated moniker. If you didn’t have time to catch every article in out daily roundups, here’s a chance for you to catch up. To go back and look at our daily roundups go to the blog page in enCloud9’s webpage.
Have a great weekend!
A partner to Microsoft leaked the price of the company’s upcoming Dynamics 365 service. The CRM/ERP merging tool will be launched at the start of October in Enterprise and Business Editions. Read the article at enCloud9.
Microsoft may have finally found its Slack Killer. Microsoft already has Yammer, Skype for Business, and SharePoint, but none of them have been a direct competitor for the popular messaging app. That may be about to change. Microsoft is currently working on Skype Teams, which will give Slack a serious run for its money! Read the article at enCloud9.
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. To learn more about this, check out the article at enCloud9.
Read to find out about one of the many fantastic features available to users (and most often used) in Microsoft Dynamics CRM….hint- it has something to do with personal views. Read the article at enCloud9.
Field Service for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 is a powerful tool to help support the activities of field based engineers. CRM consultant, Neil Parkhurst provides a collection of links to his various posts on Field Service for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Read this article at enCloud9.
Are you still sending e-mails to alert one of your team members that a project has been assigned to them? Well, with Microsoft Dynamics CRM, this can be automatically done. This makes project management a breeze! Read about this awesome feature at enCloud9.
Cloud backup could have prevented Delta’s meltdown. Although cloud computing is not always the answer, it may have helped them in this instance. Now with the effective cloud resources available (for a fraction of the cost of traditional backup systems), why wouldn’t you give it a try? It sure could have eliminated a lot of headaches. Read the article at enCloud9.
Want a delicious way to start your weekend? What could be a better Fall weekend treat than Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls? Get the recipie at enCloud9 , in which Jessica Merchant, Founder of How Sweet, bakes this delicious delicacy.