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End of support for Dynamics CRM 2011 could cause issues

The end of mainstream support for Dynamics CRM 2011 means that Microsoft will no longer accept any product design or feature change requests.


3 ways Azure Web Apps make it easy to build your business

Business apps. Built fast. Any platform. Any device.


Now that Windows 10 has reached over 200 million devices, Magenium's Larry Kmiec shares his top 10 favorite tips, tricks and hidden features. 


From consumer drones to mainstream wearables, technology continues to move at warp speed.  In case you missed it in 2015, your friends at Magenium have compiled this short year in review.


Make Customer Service Seamless

Customer service problems can frustrate clients.  The service module in Dynamics CRM can help address these challenges by applying technology to make customer service seamless.


The Bridge Between Marketing and Sales

Good marketers know that building awareness and creating loyalty through consistent and value-added communications will help sales.


Using Dynamics CRM Helps Sales Teams Collaborate and Highlight Opportunities

Changing the course of how a sales team tracks client interactions, opportunities and successes can look like a difficult path. But adoption of an easy to use technology may be less of a hurdle than expected ...


Azure Active Directory

What if I told you is all you need to operate a full-fledged business network is an internet connection? But when do you make that investment, that leap to actually owning more than a laptops and a printer? What would you think if I told you that you didn’t have to make that decision right now or maybe ever?


Part of the new CIE (Customer Immersion Experience, formerly known as MEC) program, QuickSessions are essentially a virtual version of the physical kit, hosted in the powerful and growing Microsoft Azure cloud service. Certified CIE instructors can access this tool to easily provide a login "persona" in an Azure virtual machine — giving customers the ability to experience a full Office 365 environment from anywhere.


Microsoft's CEO is known for his "cloud-first, mobile-first" approach -- and it seems that the latest versions of Microsoft Office are playing directly into this vision...

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