Six Months to Migrate: The Dangers of an Unsupported Windows XP OS

As previously discussed, Windows XP will be retired by Microsoft on April 8, 2014, which is just over 6 months away. Microsoft will end support for the operating system meaning XP users “…will no longer receive critical security updates, leaving gaping holes for attackers to gain access to sensitive files.” According to Holly Stewart, a…
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The Four “Big Rocks” of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2

Expected to be released in May, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 is committed to focusing on four major components, or “big rocks” – requisition, workflow, identity management, and procurement. This release is intended to focus on some of the more valuable capabilities, with smaller changes, or “pebbles” pushed back for a later release. Business Portal will begin…
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Excitement Brewing Over New Dynamics CRM 2013 Features

From a recent post by IT journalist, Linda Rosencrance, it seems as if the new favorite Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 features are beginning to take shape. Still without an official release date (but heavy October speculation), CRM 2013 is poised to be the major contributor to Microsoft’s autumn update trio including the NAV R2, and…
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Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview

Microsoft recently released a preview for the free Windows 8.1 update. The update is scheduled to be released later this month and “… introduces new manageability, mobility, security, user experience and networking capabilities…” Windows 8 users will have two years to move to Windows 8.1 after the full update becomes available. In addition to the Windows…
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