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Mar

Software development, action hero style

Hollywood is awesome at modelling reality. Not only do they model the existing world over and over again, they often make it better. So I started thinking: Is there anything we can learn from Hollywood's improved model of the world when it comes to software development? And the answer is, of course, yes! ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Klug , Senior Developer |  23 March 2010

Software Development, Chuck Norris


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Mar

Top 10 ways to have successful CRM projects

I have been working in the realm of CRM for more than 12 years and have been involved with over 20 implementations globally. With this knowledge and experience I thought I would compile my top 10 of what I believe makes CRM projects successful. ... read full post

Posted by:  Steven Foster , Product Manager, Dynamics CRM |  18 March 2010

CRM, Dynamics CRM


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17

Mar

Coming soon: Dynamics Day '10

Following on from last year’s successful event, Intergen is running its second annual Dynamics Day on 27-28 May in Wellington. Last year’s event attracted more than 100 attendees and sponsors, and was the only nationwide event dedicated to users of Microsoft Dynamics. If you use or are considering using any of the Dynamics range – including Dynamics AX, NAV or CRM – then you should be at this event. ... read full post

Posted by:  Simon Bright , Chief Executive Officer (NZ) and Director |  17 March 2010

Dynamics, Dynamics Day


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12

Mar

Silverlight market share on the up

Have a look at Rich Internet Application Statistics site RIA Stats and you’ll see an interesting development: Microsoft Silverlight is now installed on more than 50% of computers connected to the web. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Howell , Marketing Manager |  12 March 2010

Silverlight, MIX, Rich Internet Application


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Mar

Cloud computing: "For the cloud, we're all in"

Last week Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gave a speech at the University of Washington which observers believe may indicate a change in focus for Microsoft and cloud computing. In the strongest language that’s been heard from Microsoft, Ballmer emphasised the company’s commitment to cloud computing and the extent to which the “cloud” is being incorporated into everything Microsoft does. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Howell , Marketing Manager |  08 March 2010

Cloud Computing, Steve Ballmer


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