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Taxonomies have been around for a very long time. In biology, even before technology evolved, taxonomies were defined to group and structure various organisms based on shared characteristics.

Evolving with technology

With the evolution of technology, the approach has been borrowed, and is now used in structuring data and various materials.

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Nowadays the toolbox is getting big and heavy. We have some level of overlap between some of the various platforms joined under the Dynamics 365 name, we leverage various features of Office 365, we integrate with other products like SharePoint and OneDrive. And this is just scratching the surface. I mean, really, look at the “new fave kid on the block”, the Power Platform.

And here’s another one for the non-developer: Microsoft Forms Pro. It’s now in public preview.

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Had a question today that got me thinking for a moment. Haven’t done any SiteMap tweaking in a long time.

Someone added a new Area to their CRM, using the SiteMap Editor in XrmToolBox. Yet, while all looked somewhat ok, the navigation was not reflecting the changes.

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I am presenting a session at the Power BI User Group in Toronto on leveraging Power BI in the context of Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement.

The sign-up page is available at:

https://www.meetup.com/Toronto-Power-BI-Meetup/events/248779906/

The session takes place on Wednesday, March 28th. There’s still time to register.

Join us for a night of fun and learning!

One common question when embracing Cloud is the ability to have a hybrid scenario. And with Dynamics 365, the question translates into “Is there a hybrid deployment model?”

The short and dry answer is NO. But, there are some aspects to consider that can make it an overall hybrid solution.

Let’s first look at the supported deployment models for Customer Engagement. Read the rest of this entry »

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