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Microsoft’s Intelligent Data Platform

With the pressure for modern business models to adapt to the ever-changing landscape of real-time model learning and automated intelligence, it’s imperative that you have the systems and data capabilities to get you there. That’s why Microsoft have launched their Intelligent Data Platform, which will enable users to[…]

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Empower Healthcare Organisations with the Microsoft Cloud

Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is combining capabilities from Microsoft Azure, Dynamics 365, Microsoft 365 and Power Platform to help deliver better patient experiences, insights and team collaboration within healthcare organisations. Through more secure and connected solutions, organisations can help relieve the challenges that the health care system is[…]

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December 9, 2021
Change the way you communicate with Azure Communication Services

In today’s digitalized world, you will come across companies that are using different services in their workflow to accommodate messaging, email, and video conference needs. With so many options including Zoom, Slack, Microsoft Teams and more, it’s hard for employees to keep up to date while also ensuring[…]

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October 15, 2019
Capitalise your lead and contacts names consistently in CDS

Leads and contacts within your common data service (CDS) environment can come from multiple sources. Some common sources include: Imports from Excel spreadsheets Data integrations Manual user entry All of this could result in your names being inconsistently captured in formatting/capitilisation. For example,your contact or lead could be[…]

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December 20, 2018
Using Azure functions as a scheduler for Dynamics 365

A few months ago I had a requirement where I needed to flag records as expired which were past their expiry date within Dynamics. I have seen/implemented various techniques before that involved using Dynamics itself as the scheduling engine, but that wasn’t always consistent nor performant. I have[…]

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