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Office 365 integration in a Dynamics NAV hosting environment 

We from the Microsoft Dynamics NAV support team (Microsoft CSS) see an increasing number of support cases coming in related to Office 365 integration in a hosting environment. This range from the relatively new Edit in Excel feature or the relatively new Outlook Business Inbox to the more familiar Office 365 Single Sign On functionality....Read more

Dynamics 365 Adaptability 

Purpose-built, productive, intelligent and adaptable: these are the four core capabilities that deliver the best business outcomes for Microsoft Dynamics 365 customers today. These are also the core capabilities…...Read more

Dynamics NAV 2017 as an App in Azure Management Portal 

In Dynamics NAV 2017, you can use the Set Up Azure Management Portal guide to register Dynamics NAV in the Azure Management Portal and extract the information you need to use services such as the Sales and Inventory Forecast extension, Power BI, Office 365, and so on. The point of the registration is that Dynamics...Read more

White Paper:  Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Service Pack 1 Performance Benchmark on Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) 

On behalf of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 engineering team, I am pleased to announce the release of a white paper, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Service Pack 1 Performance Benchmark on Azure (IaaS) which is currently available for download, from the Microsoft Download Center. It is one of the publications, as promised in the Dynamics 365...Read more

Dynamics NAV 2017: Enhancing the Core Application and Platform 

In on our second post about Dynamics NAV 2017, we’ll be more technical and talk about the changes we have made in the core application and platform to supplement the first post. Enhancements in sales order processes Dynamics NAV 2016 introduced Dynamics CRM Integration that enables an optimal and seamless experience for our customers in the...Read more

Database Conversion for a Dynamics NAV database stored in Azure 

One of the nice new features of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 is the ability to place a Microsoft Dynamics NAV database in Azure SQL Database rather than the traditional method of storing it using an on-premises SQL Server instance. For more information, watch this video. So, what happens after you move your Dynamics NAV database to...Read more

Announcing the General Availability of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 

Today we are pleased to announce the general availability of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, a milestone release of Microsoft’s business management solution for small and midsized organizations. Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 offers significant new capabilities in mobility, business insight, and cloud services, as well as deeper interoperability with Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office...Read more