Azure is Microsoft’s cloud computing platform. Much more than a global data centre, Azure is a matrix of integrated services – analytics, computing, database, mobile, networking, storage and web.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) are not mutually exclusive. Historically, CRM was considered a front office solution and ERP a back office one: The former used mainly by sales and marketing staff, whilst the latter, locked away in the dusty back office, accessed by only a few privileged finance users or senior operational managers. However, things are changing and the line between the two has narrowed. Companies can now share data seamlessly between the two systems giving businesses a unique advantage they never had before. Continue reading →
In October 2015, Microsoft Dynamics GP2010 will be moved from Mainstream to Extended support, effectively meaning that Microsoft will only provide essential security updates and no more service packs or hot fixes. Whilst we’re big fans of “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it”, there are some compelling reasons to keep moving your software forward and upgrading to latest version. Continue reading →