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Microsoft Analyst Event Part Three: What Else Can Dynamics Do, and What’s Next?
Microsoft recently held its annual Dynamics Fall Analyst Event (FAE) in Redmond, Washington, where news about the company’s Windows 8 platform (see Part One of

microsoft crm courses  feathers by asking why Microsoft Dynamics is remiss in the realm of human capital management (HCM). Indeed, with Skype and Yammer in its fold, with the coming Azure Cloud availability, and with Microsoft Dynamics AX and CRM being global enterprise products, HCM is an apparent gap. Imagine having the opportunity to conduct employee performance reviews or have a learning management system (LMS) via Skype or Lync, and having the ability to record courses, etc.? The team reacted a bit stunned much to my

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