or: Decoding MS-Speak It seems that the fairly recent change in targeted audience for Dynamics 365 has prompted Microsoft to develop a free online course. Managing Customer Engagement with Microsoft Dynamics 365 from Microsoft Learning is weighted towards sales, which admittedly isn't really my bag, but the course content seems to be well thought out … Continue reading Test driving a new course
Microsoft has evolved over the years, but it still has much to answer for: pop-up alerts to which you inadvertently respond whilst typing in another application, installing updates just when you really need to use your PC, and let us not forget Vista. Microsoft Office has been vastly improved in recent incarnations, not least its reviewing, … Continue reading Will you proof my document?
Microsoft will no longer be supporting XP from April 2014 – it is already in 'extended life' probably due to the failure of Vista, and MS had to keep it going. This may not seem like a problem – you know how to use your laptop just fine! And in any case, if you have … Continue reading Windows XP: plan your exit strategy NOW