Good morning and welcome to our Cloud News for today. We have found a lot of interesting articles for you today.  Want to know how cloud services could have helped Delta’s meltdown?  Want to know how Microsoft is going to give HP a 360-degree view of its customer services?  Read all about that and more in today’s cloud news roundup.

Have a great weekend…and watch out for those killer rabbits!  (If you don’t get this, read to the bottom of this post)

 

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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 from Win Buzzer.

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For companies that need a powerful Office 365 retention policy, Microsoft presents vigorous management tools to assist them.  Microsoft’s new compliance section makes it easier than ever to handle specific regulatory and legal jobs.  Read about this awesome tool @Tech Target.

Microsoft’s solutions are going to give HP a 360-degree view of its customer services, says Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft. Read this article from India.com to learn about how artificial Intelligence bots will change the way HP interacts with customers.

Microsoft ups its security.  They have plugged 94 holes as part of its September security updates, including fixing a critical Internet Explorer bug that has been under attack and used by criminals.  Read about this @ZDNet

 

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Deciding to implement a new CRM system like Microsoft Dynamics CRM in your Organization requires a significant investment of both time and money.  Read this article to find out the 3 mistakes you don’t want to do in a Crm implementation project.

A dashboard is probably one of the most useful features of a CRM system.  Dashboards enable you to efficiently make business decisions with an at-a-glance visual representation of the data that matters most to your business. Both Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Salesforce offer easily customizable dashboards with comparable results.  This article from the CRM Blog highlights some of the differences in the two dashboards.

The importance of backing up your data can’t be stressed enough!  Actually, the first article under the “other cool stuff” section talks about a company that could have benefited from some cloud backup.  In this article from the Microsoft Dynamics Community, Mark Christie will take you step by step through the process of backing up your data with CRM Online.

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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.  Article at Info World.

Want a delicious way to start your weekend?  What could be a better Fall weekend treat than Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls?  Check out this link from Crate and Barrel, in which Jessica Merchant, Founder of How Sweet, bakes this delicious delicacy.

Who doesn’t love the hilarious movie classic “Monty Python and the Holy Grail?”  Can you imagine it as an intense drama?  For CineFix‘s ongoing Trailer Mix series, New York filmmaker Bobby Burns and Dustin McLean teamed up to create a fake movie trailer  that reimagines Monty Python and the Holy Grail as a crazy intense drama.  Watch it here at the Laughing Squid.

A little Monty Python and the Holy Grail trivia for you.   In the scene where the knights were combating the Killer Rabbit, a real whienCloud9 | Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM Consultants Cloud News - Friday, Sept 16, 2016 Daily Cloud News Roundup Microsoft Dynamics CRM   te rabbit was used. It was dyed with what was assumed to be a washable red colouring liquid in the shots after the battle. When filming wrapped, the rabbit’s owner was dismayed to learn the dye could not be rinsed off. Don’t worry, the rabbit  was unharmed.

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