If you are new to Dynamics 365, then I suggest checking out our Dynamics 365 transition presentation located here. Microsoft has made it very clear that Dynamics 365 is a cloud service, and will NOT be available for on premise CRM users. If you are an On Premise user, there’s no need to worry. Beringer has extensive experience migrating Customers from CRM On Premise to Dynamics 365. If you are looking to migrate, then take a look at some tasks that you need to consider.
CRM 2016 U1 is here and it’s full of new enhancements! If you currently work in Dynamics CRM Online, then you’ve most likely received a notification to schedule your upgrade. I’ll bet you can’t wait to upgrade and take advantage of all the new features … but should you? Microsoft goes out of their way to ensure a smooth transition between their versions, but there is some deprecated functionality that will affect your system.
As a Project Manager, it’s my responsibility to guide the project team through whatever challenges may come our way. Our latest challenge was a go live for a Microsoft Dynamics CRM upgrade including a migration from on premise to online. The challenge: kicking off the deployment plan while I was on board a flight.
As Microsoft prepares to release Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016, you might be wondering if you will need to upgrade your existing MSCRM application. Before delving into the pros and cons of upgrading, it’s important to know what version of MSCRM you currently have. To find out, log into MSCRM and click on About in the Settings: