One of the biggest question marks when investing in a new technology stack or platform is what the technology will bring in terms of return to the company implementing the technology. At Microsoft Ignite this year, stories were shared about how the implementation of the CRM platform, Microsoft Dynamics 365, increased productivity and allowed organizations to meet the changing needs and expectations for their customer base.
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October is not just about pumpkins, fall foliage, and cooler temps anymore. October 2018 also means the exciting introduction of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement. The latest release offers new and updated capabilities for information access, and an enhanced, device consistent user experience to advance user productivity.
Back in 2016, Microsoft introduced its intentions to refresh its CRM and ERP strategy with Dynamics 365. At the heart of its services was the Common Data Model (CDM). While many called it "out of the box," Microsoft knew bigger plans were coming.
Technology should assist in making life easier, simpler, and improve productivity for not only you, but your entire team. Microsoft Power BI is now delivering another opportunity for heightened productivity by making it easy to start visualizing data in Excel tables and CSV files.
Not only will you be able to utilize this tool for personal productivity, but you will also be able to share the data and findings easily with the rest of your team -- allowing everyone to benefit from the conclusions and next steps.
Have you noticed how the same cliche questions always get asked at job interviews — over and over again? Whether it is where you will be in five years or what you consider to be your biggest weakness, while the questions may be trivial, they do give interviewers clues to better knowing you.
The same thing could be said about programming questions, such as "What are the main principles of Object-Oriented Programming?" It is a great opportunity to determine: