10 things you’ll need for a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 On-Premises deployment

If you are trying to install a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 on-premises version, you’ll need to keep in mind a few things concerning your IT-infrastructure: You’ll definitely need this: 1. Microsoft Windows Server The following Windows Server versions are not supported for installing and running Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2015: …

News from Convergence 2015 – Dynamics CRM Spring update

Yesterday, Bob Stutz has blogged about future enhancements on Dynamics CRM in his post: Intelligent Customer Engagement with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Some quick take-aways from his post: A deeper integration between CRM and Office 365 Better use of Excel: To help increase productivity, Microsoft is providing the ability for salespeople to conduct analysis …

What are “unsupported by Microsoft” Customizations in Dynamics CRM?

Well, first of all what does it mean to use “unsupported by Microsoft” Customizations in Dynamics CRM? “Unsupported by Microsoft” means exactly what it says: you can’t get support about APIs or programming practices from Microsoft. They (Microsoft) don’t test them and they don’t know if something they change will break them. They can’t …

Hierarchy security model in CRM2015: Manager Hierarchy and Position Hierarchy

While reading the “Administering CRM 2015 for online and on-premises”-Guide, I found this nice explanation of the new security model in CRM 2015, which makes understanding it more easily. Intro The hierarchy security model is an extension to the existing Microsoft Dynamics CRM security models that use business units, security roles, …