With the new release of Dynamics 365 v9.0.2 Spring 2018, I thought I’ll share links to all the new licensing guides and information sheets that are available for Dynamics 365 Microsoft Partners with access to Microsoft Dynamics Partner source, they can get the same information here:
and here is what I believe a publicly available version of the Dynamics 365 Spring 2018 (v9.0.2) licensing guide:
Finally, you can find all detailed documents, guides and information sheets/videos on Partner Source here:
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide – Spring launch updates
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Existing Customer Transition Guide
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide – Addendum for Case Management
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business edition Licensing Guide
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Pricing and Licensing Videos
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Licensing and Pricing Deck – Spring launch updates
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Pricing and Licensing FAQ – Spring launch updates
MICROSOFT DYNAMICS 365 ON-PREMISES DOCUMENTATION
Microsoft Dynamics 365 On-Premises Licensing Guide
Microsoft Dynamics Field Service On-Premises Planning Guide
Microsoft Dynamics 365 On-Premises FAQ
Hope this helps!
We have recently had a fantastic two days as part of our Dynamics 365 Saturday event and Hackathon. It started with a Hackathon on Friday afternoon all the way until the end of the night then followed by a Dynamics 365 Saturday full day event. We had some amazing content including opening keynote by Ben Vollmer, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Field Service Global Lead. We also had an excellent closing keynote by Steven Kaplan, LinkedIn Group Manager for Sales Navigator and an ex-Microsoft Dynamics exec himself.
I had the pleasure to interview Steve as part of the Question and Answer section of the closing keynote. You can read more about the event on this blog post:
You can also see my live LinkedIn video from the closing key note here:
We have also had some fantastic feedback from various attendees including this potential Dynamics 365 Customer:
I have also delivered a sesson on my “favourite” subject: GDPR. The session was titled: Business and Technical Design considerations for a GDPR compliant Dynamics 365 solution.
I’ve been asked many times about the session slides and I have just got round to upload them. You can find them on http://crm.boutique at the following location:
Enjoy! I hope you find the slides useful.