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Microsoft Dynamics 365 October 2018 Release Overview is Here, and We Can't Wait!

The Dynamics 365 October 2018 Release Overview has arrived! The Business Applications October 2018 release bring some pretty significant updates with it that can allow for your business to further maximize efficiencies and enhance business processes leveraging the Dynamics 365 technologies. Let's dig in and take a high-level look at some of the most exciting new features, updates and changes coming to Marketing, Sales and Service.

Deep LinkedIn integration: Here is one of the features I've been waiting for since news broke of Microsoft acquired LinkedIn! The October 2018 release brings expanded connection between Dynamics 365 and LinkedIn. We will have a deep dive blog about the new functionality soon!

Microsoft Teams integration: For any organizations using Teams, a Teams channel will be able to be connected to any Dynamics 365 record. This seems similar to the current OneNote connection, and we can't wait to tie our Teams with Dynamics 365 to further improve collaboration and communication.

Service Scheduling with Universal Resource Scheduling (URS): A new service scheduling solution that works with existing Service activities and a powerful Schedule Board that supports filters, resource search and scheduling. This will be a great feature for organizations with resource scheduling needs!

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Speed up your Dynamics 365 Portal by Following these 2 Easy Tips

Dynamics 365 portals offer a great way to provide data to your customers, but sometimes the portal can be a bit slow.  Portals rely on data caches from Dynamics 365.  That cache can be stale and can cause a discrepancy between what is displayed in Dynamics 365 and the portal.  Follow these tips to increase your portal's "speed" by reducing the cache discrepancy.


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How to Retrieve Saved Wi-Fi Passwords Using Netsh

Did you know that you can retrieve saved Wi-Fi passwords using Netsh? If you don't know what Netsh is, it is a network shell that allows you to display and modify the network configuration of your computer.  Whenever you connect to a WiFi network and enter the password to connect to that network, Windows creates a profile of that WiFi network. Using the Command Prompt, you can view all of these profiles and you can also view the passwords used to connect to them.

There are a lot of password programs that you can use to keep track of all of your WiFi passwords but using Netsh is a much easier way to see all of the networks you’ve connected to, and it’s built right into Windows. 


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