This of course does not mean that people can expect to have new employees join and know everything that needs to be known before there is training. Since most Dynamics NAV systems are tailored for each company, there will always be some sort of adaptation needed even if the new employee has used NAV in the past. Continue reading →
Windows XP is faster than Windows 8, right?
It’s nearly the 20th anniversary of Windows 3.11, or Windows for Workgroups, the first Windows operating system that had built in support for server-less networking. I am not old enough to remember if there was backlash against Microsoft back then, orchestrated by those who had already invested in Windows 3.0, 3.1 or 2.x. I do recall using that software for some time and finding that when Windows 95 came along, my AMD 486DX4 powered machine just didn’t have the right performance. I recall that some DOS based games needed to be run outside of the Windows environment, and that was only because it was difficult to find a competent DOS-based web browser – it was worth the investment that Windows 95 required. Continue reading →
If you’re finding it hard to meet customer’s expectations, keep up with business demand, or just simply can’t close out each month without pushing your team to the brink, then it’s time to make a change so you can join the 8 million mentioned above. Continue reading →