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Daylight-saving time ends November 4: Is your PC updated? 

To conserve energy, in the United States daylight-saving time started three weeks earlier and will end one week later this year (November 4, instead of October 28). These type of changes in time zones rules are occurring around the world as well. Here are some resources to help you keep your systems up to date:...

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Dynamics NAV Team launches Team Blog 

Hypothetically, if a founder of a team blog were to leave the team, and then join a different team that didn’t have a blog, it probably wouldn’t be a huge surprise when she returned to announce a new team blog.  Right? My new team, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, would like to announce our new team blog:...

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What is Silverlight Streaming 

On my list of new toys to play with is this: Microsoft® Silverlight™ Streaming by Windows Live™ is a companion service for Silverlight that makes it easier for developers and designers to deliver and scale rich media as part of their Silverlight applications. The service offers web designers and developers a free and convenient solution...

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All Things Digital – Steve Jobs and Bill Gates 

It seems I have been reading Walt Mossberg (pictured here with his co-host Kara Swisher) ever since I entered the world of computer software. His latest venture is a Web site called All Things Digital which is full of videos and commentaries. This week they have released a set of videos with an interview with...

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On Being a CRM MVP 

What is an MVP? That’s a question I’ve been asking myself since I was first awarded MVP for Microsoft Dynamics CRM in January of 2006. The letters stand for Most Valuable Professional. That sounds nice. But what is it? Well, it’s an award given out by Microsoft to recognize non-Microsoft folks for their expertise and...

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Feature Design @ CRM 

  Hi there, I’m one of the newer program managers (PM’s) here on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team, and this is my first post to the CRM team blog. I hope you enjoy it. Since the features I’ve been working aren’t publicly available yet, I thought I’d write about the process of designing features instead. To me,...

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Office Live Launches 

With all the excitement surrounding the Zune (I myself was queuing at  the Redmond Target store at 8:00am last Tuesday) you might have missed the Office Live launch. Office Live is squarely targeted at Small Business users who require a customer facing website and/or business collaboration portal. With a raft of templates to get people...

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The Road to Compatibility: Microsoft CRM with Vista and Office 2007 

The various contributors on the blog have mentioned ‘V3C’ on and off for the last several months now. For those of you just joining us, V3C the internal name for the project to develop a CRM v3 Outlook Client that is compatible with Windows Vista and Office 2007. A small focused subset of the CRM...

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The Company Meeting 

Microsoft’s annual employee company meeting is today. It is usually a very loud, exciting event with entertainment plus the latest from product VPs, the finance VP, the personel VP, the CEO and Bill Gates. But with as big a group of employees, we are at an outdoor venue meeting in the morning and carrying on...

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