Windows 8 & CRM 2011 – Great Resources From Across the CRM Community


In honor of the Windows 8 launch, I wanted to share some of my favorite resources to be found in regards to Dynamics CRM 2011 and Windows 8. These articles are written by some of the best and brightest in the CRM Community. I sincerely appreciate the time and effort which was taken to test, retest and understand the nuances of this new OS and its impact on Dynamics CRM 2011.

The first item is from Microsoft Support. This KB article provides information in regard to support for Dynamics CRM 2011 and Windows 8

Next up are a couple of blog posts from Jukka Niranen. His blog, “Surviving CRM” is one that I recommend everyone add to the Favorites. You can follow Jukka on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/jukkan.

Staying with “test drives”, the next blog post is from Ben Hosking. Ben’s blog, “Hosk’s Dynamic CRM 2011 Blog” is another favorite of mine.  You can follow Ben on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/BenHosk

Next, a blog post from the Magnetism team. You can follow them on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/MagnetismNZ.

Last, a blog post from Daniel Cai, CRM MVP.  You can follow him on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/danielcai

I hope these posts help you understand what can be done with Dynamics CRM and Windows 8 and possibly bring to light some great blogs that should be in your regular rotation. Thanks to Jukka, Ben, Daniel and the Magnetism team for sharing their experiences with the CRM Community!

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Author: crmhobbit

The CRMhobbit (Shawn Tabor) is a Microsoft Business Solutions MVP and a Sr. Solutions Architect. He has experience implementing Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement across various vertical industries including Financial Services, Manufacturing, Public Sector and Sports & Entertainment. Shawn specializes in the Dynamics 365 for Field Service, Project Service Automation and LinkedIn Sales Navigator solutions. The purpose of his blog is to share his knowledge, experience and thoughts regarding CRM in the hopes of benefiting those in the CRM community. If anything on this blog has helped you, please comment or rate the posts. Thank you!

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