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What’s right for you: On-premise or online cloud CRM solutions

When companies today search for CRM solutions, they usually explore the possibility of cloud-deployed options. Data accessed through mobile devices or other online computing tools is fast and flexible. It is the go-to strategy to stay competitive in the modern

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Why Should I move Microsoft Dynamics GP to the Cloud?

It’s not a surprise that the investment in cloud computing for enterprise continues to rise rapidly as cloud implementations become increasing more flexible, innovative and responsive. Additionally, cloud applications for small and midsized businesses are allowing these organizations to take advantage

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Redefine Productivity. Benefits of Office 365 Cloud-Based Email

Exchange Online is the online email system that provides organizations with all benefits of cloud-based email with the same powerful capabilities of an on-premise Exchange server environment. Cost Because Office 365 Exchange On-line includes hardware, software, upgrades, using Exchange in

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Bolstering Business: a Few Down-to-Earth Reasons to Use the Cloud

An August survey – conducted by Wakefield Research and commissioned by Citrix – illuminates what many cloud service providers have long suspected: Most people are still struggling to understand what, exactly, the cloud is. Thanks to recent appearances in the well-known business cartoon Dilbert, it’s safe to say that the concept of cloud computing has gone mainstream. Nonetheless, many respondents of the Citrix study seemed a little uncertain on the fine print—and the benefits— of doing business in the cloud.

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The Evolution of Technical Support: A conversation with John Messelt

John Messelt joined Great Plains Software in 1999 as a support engineer working with Microsoft Dynamics GP. His focus over the last 13 years has remained on providing services to Microsoft customers throughout North America. John moved to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM support team when it was first formed to support Microsoft Dynamics CRM version 1.0. For the last four years, John has been the Group Manager for North American Technical Support on the Microsoft Customer Service and Support team. John and his family reside in Fargo, ND.

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