Showing posts from February, 2015

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Identity Management

Hi everyone! It's been hectic around here with a few projects going live in these days, in addition to preparations for Convergence 2015 here in Atlanta. I wanted to draw your attention to two videos currently posted on the Microsoft Dynamics YouTube channel , related to the  Identity Management feature. Identity Management was introduced with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2, so is probably good to go back and review the original feature design goal with Tara Higgins with the Partner Technical Consulting team. With Dynamics GP 2015, the feature was extended to cover authentication with organizational accounts, which provides single sign-on capabilities for Microsoft Azure AD accounts. Identity Management for organizational accounts is a web client feature only. Take a look at this video by my buddy  Jason Lech with the Escalation Engineering team. My goal is to release a video showing a real life example on how to set this up. So stay tuned. Until next post! MG.-

Microsoft Super Bowl XLIX Commercials: #Empowering

Super Bowl XLIX is now over and congratulations are in order for the now 4-time champion, the  New England Patriots organization led by head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady . I must also extend congrats to the Seattle Seahawks who put up quite the fight until the end, and simply could not complete the rare feat of a back-to-back championship. You can catch the game highlights below: And speaking of winners, how about those touchy Microsoft #Empowering Super Bowl commercials (remember Super Bowl XLVIII ones?) Microsoft came up with two real life examples showing where their technology is being applied to improve the lives of people. You be the judge of these two ads. Braylon O'Neill's story Microsoft Super Bowl Commercial 2015: Braylon O'Neill    Braylon was born with a strong sense of determination. He was also born without the two bones that make up the lower leg: the tibia and the fibula. At just 11 months old, Braylon was fitted with