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Microsoft – Worldwide Data Center Locations

March 15, 2018 2 comments

Some may ask, where are all the Microsoft Data Centers located?

Well this blog post contains the recent image of their locations. See below the data centers nearest you.




Greg Olsen


Dynamics 365 – Get a first look at Microsoft Dynamics 365

October 11, 2016 Leave a comment

Join Microsoft online on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 11:30 AM Pacific Time (UTC-7) and be among the first to see the next generation of business applications—helping your organization to grow, adapt, and evolve.

On Tuesday, October 11 you will see Microsoft EVP Scott Guthrie share the Microsoft strategy for digital transformation as he unveils Dynamics 365, the next generation of intelligent business applications. You’ll get an in-depth look at:

  • How Dynamics 365 applications unify CRM and ERP capabilities into purpose-built applications that work seamlessly together
  • How to better engage customers, empower employees, optimize operations, and reinvent products and business models
  • How organizations are meeting the changing needs of customers and capturing new business opportunities

Don’t miss this session!

Greg Olsen

Microsoft Dynamics – Introducing Microsoft Dynamics 365

6th JULY 2016
Big public announcement from Microsoft today, introducing Microsoft Dynamics 365.

Dynamics365 - 6-7-2016

Microsoft Dynamics 365 will bring together the best of our CRM and ERP cloud offerings into one cloud service with specific, purpose built, apps for each of your key business processes – like Finance, Sales, Customer Service, etc.


This is a major remarkable day for Microsoft, customers and partners currently using or working with Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Microsoft Dynamics AX.

This public announcement, in summary, Microsoft is working on a new offering called Dynamics 365 that will combine its current ERP and CRM cloud services into a single service bundle and include applications purpose-built for specific business functions.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is launched as a cloud service so it will not be available, as is, on premises or in private clouds. This is something important to note.

With Dynamics 365 scheduled to be available this fall, Dynamics 365 will include applications for business functions including financials, field service, sales, operations, marketing, project service automation and customer service. The applications can be independently deployed, allowing users to buy only what they need to support their business.

For those customers currently using Dynamics CRM online or Dynamics AX online, “Microsoft Dynamics 365 has been very specifically and carefully designed to be a seamless transition” as mentioned by Jujhar Singh.

There is a lot more to come over the next coming months, especially around the end of 2016. Watch this space. Exciting times ahead with Microsoft Dynamics 365.

Greg Olsen