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Mo Osborne

Corporate Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Business Applications Engineering

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Woman interacting with Samsung GalaxyBook laptop.
Today, we published the 2020 release wave 2 plans for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform, a compilation of new capabilities that will be released between October 2020 and March 2021. This second release wave of the year offers hundreds of new features and enhancements, demonstrating our continued investment to power digital transformation for our...Read more
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Man interacting with a Leno Yoga laptop.
Key dates for the upcoming release wave Business conditions are in constant flux. To help you rapidly adjust to change and drive strong business outcomes, we deliver new capabilities in two six-month release waves. Each release wave comprises hundreds of new and updated capabilities for products across Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform. Stay...Read more
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Three coworkers sitting at a table talking over a Microsoft Surface laptop.
Today, we published the 2020 release wave 1 plans for Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform, a compilation of new capabilities that will be released between April and September 2020. The new features and enhancements demonstrate our continued investment to power digital transformation for our customers and partners. Dynamics 365 The first release wave of the...Read more
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Two people walking down a hallway.
Key dates for the upcoming release wave As the business environment rapidly changes, we’re dedicated to proactively delivering new capabilities to enable our customers and partners to drive toward strong business outcomes. We deliver these capabilities through two release waves per year. Today, we’re announcing the key dates for the first release wave of updates planned...Read more
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Three colleagues standing on an office in discussion.
We have now enabled early access to new capabilities included in the 2019 release wave 2, October update including end-user impacting features that will be enabled by default. Early access allows customers and partners to try and validate these new features in a non-production environment. To prepare for these changes with confidence, we’re making additional...Read more
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a group of people sitting at a table using a laptop
April 2019 marked a significant milestone for Dynamics 365. Our customers are now on the latest in-market version of Dynamics 365 and we’ve modernized how updates are delivered to our users. Today, I want to follow-up with an update on the April ’19 release, as well as reveal the timeline for the 2019 release wave...Read more
Today, we published the April ’19 release notes, a compilation of hundreds of new features for Dynamics 365 and Power Platform that will be released between April and September 2019. The new features and enhancements in this release demonstrate our continued investment in capabilities to power digital transformation, from AI-infused intelligence to breakthrough customer experiences....Read more
In July 2018, we announced a set of changes to the way we deliver Dynamics 365 updates to help you stay current in a consistent, predictable, and seamless manner. Today, I want to follow-up with an update on our progress since July, as well as reveal the timeline and details for the April ’19 release....Read more
To enable businesses everywhere to accelerate their digital transformation, we are continuously enhancing Dynamics 365 with new capabilities. As we add product enhancements and performance improvements at a rapid pace, today we are announcing a set of changes in optimizing the way we deliver Dynamics 365 updates that will help you stay current in a...Read more