If you haven’t already moved part or all of your technology infrastructure to the cloud, chances are it’s on your list to do in 2016. To help you get started, here are 12 quick questions to ask when evaluating potential partners: Who owns the data? Confirm your data won’t be used to build their advertising
Your business is full of moving parts. One part drives another. And when those parts are working together and things are running smoothly, the only sounds they make are the gentle hum of a fine-tuned machine. But sometimes there are other sounds. Sometimes it’s a minor squeak here and there. Sometimes it’s a persistent knock.
The expectations for innovation are a constant challenge and opportunity for today’s CIO. But according to Forrester Research, the average business spends 72 percent of its IT spending on the care and feeding of existing technology systems. Nearly three quarters of the average IT budget is dedicated to merely keeping the lights on! Don’t believe it?
Specifics on moving away from QuickBooks to NetSuite. CLICK HERE to register for the webinar As the enterprise cloud market grows from 70 Billion in 2015 to 250 Billion in 2017, Tricension’s cloud enablement practice recommends a three point strategy that segments business capabilities into the following categories: Limited by legacy, opportunity for efficiency in
The people that have made the leap into start up / entrepreneurialism all know there is a big difference between want and need. Most know that well designed IT infrastructure and back office business systems are needed to manage risk and support the vision / mission of the venture. Most will say, “We just get
There may be a time when you need to uninstall the Dynamics CRM Outlook Client. Typically, this will happen because the Outlook plugin has failed. Some clients may experience an intermittent connection failure. It’s unfortunate, but easily remedied by uninstalling and then reinstalling Outlook. Like all Microsoft troubleshooting, be cautious when uninstalling. Make sure you
Motivation is something that’s always evolving. At the start of my career, I entered the sales profession to make more money and have more freedom. Fair enough motives for launching a career . . . but that changed quickly. After I gained my first client, I quickly realized that the sales profession is not about
We ran across a bug (well, our clients did) a few months ago that gave us fits until last week. The solution was so simple, yet non-obvious that I wanted to write about it in the hopes no one else has to spend time working on it. Dates Are Handled Differently in Custom Activities and
Considering how to approach CRM for your business? You’ve likely found two options. The first is server-based: your company’s CRM data is stored on your own server on your own property. The second is based in the cloud through Microsoft Online. Often part of a Microsoft package, your CRM data exists online, accessible from anywhere.
The following is the devil. You heard it here first. Listen, I’m a lazy programmer. I accept this about myself. I get that it’s really easy to instantiate a new ColumnSet and pass in true so you get all the columns when you query CRM. You don’t have to worry about a lot of typing