Exact haalt steeds meer omzet uit de cloud
Boekhoudbedrijf Exact haalt steeds meer omzet uit de cloud.
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This reporting workbook provides you with a detailed view into the email protection data that is available in the Office 365 Reporting dashboard. This workbook is available to all Exchange Online and Exchange Online Protection customers. The workbook provides summary graphs for a number of different types of email message filtering. This includes messages identified as spam, malware, or good mail (mail that cleanly passed all filtering). It also shows graphs for messages that were identified by either a transport rule or DLP policy (Exchange Online customers only). The data for the summary graphs is pulled locally via a web service call. After loading the summary data into the workbook, you can perform deeper analysis through the use of data slicers. These allow you to change the view of the data in order to identify trends or unusual activity. When such a condition is found, you can click through from the summary to the detail data. Another web service call will be made to pull the detail data that you can use to identify the actual messages that caused the condition seen in the summary graph.
Met de bedrijfsportal-app voor Windows Phone 8 kunnen Line-Of-Business-toepassingen voor Windows Phone 8-apparaten door beheerders worden weergegeven en geïnstalleerd op Windows Phone 8-apparaten die worden beheerd via Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1 en Windows Intune.
De bedrijfsportal-app voor Windows Phone 8 wordt gedownload door de beheerder en beschikbaar gesteld aan de beheersysteeminfrastructuur om apparaatregistratie voor Windows Phone 8-apparaten mogelijk te maken. De bedrijfsportal-app is nodig voor het beheren van Windows Phone 8-apparaten. Na het downloaden van de bedrijfsportal-app voor Windows Phone 8 moet de beheerder de code van de app ondertekenen.
Met deze versie kan een gebruiker een app in de portal delen met een andere portalgebruiker.
Written by: Paul White, Senior Director, Microsoft Dynamics ERP
I’m excited to announce that Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 are now available from partners in the cloud hosted on Windows Azure! This means that starting today Microsoft Dynamics GP and NAV customers can take advantage of easy to use, quick to implement business solutions from Microsoft with the added benefit of knowing their solution is hosted on secure, enterprise-class cloud infrastructure from a trusted provider.
Over the past several months we’ve been working closely with our first “go-live” customers and partners, as well as with the Windows Azure team, to develop guidance and tooling to ensure a great experience deploying on Azure. That work is now complete, and as you can read in this post from Kenneth Kryger Gram at our partner Abakion, the response has been overwhelmingly positive. Our initial go-live customers include Graphical Production Facilities (Denmark), Nilfisk Advance (South Korea and India), and J.T. Leavesley Trust (UK).
From a technical perspective, what we’ve enabled is the ability for Microsoft Dynamics Certified Partners to deploy Microsoft Dynamics NAV and GP solutions in the cloud on Windows Azure Infrastructure Services. This means your solution can now be hosted in a secure, private cloud on a Windows Azure Virtual Machine. End users can access the solution using Web or desktop clients, either from the office or on the go using mobile devices.
It’s important to note that there’s no change in our partner model here, meaning that Microsoft Dynamics GP and NAV continue to be available only through our partners, and not direct from Microsoft. This is because we remain deeply committed to the industry and regional expertise our partners bring to every customer engagement, and to giving our customers the broadest possible range of choices in terms of partner selection, pricing and licensing, deployment options, hosting providers and more.
We’re also committed to helping our customers realize the full value of what we like to call a business solution from Microsoft – a comprehensive business management solution that extends beyond traditional ERP to include productivity tools, services, devices, and now with hosting on Windows Azure, enterprise-class cloud infrastructure. Thanks for your interest and support!
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