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In this first half of 2019, we have completed several “emergency” Office 365 migrations. Some of these were existing customers and some were completely new customers that came to us in a state of panic. Ransomware had hit their system and brought their business to a complete standstill. One client did not have email for 3 full …

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Invoices entered in Microsoft Dynamics GP may require modifications that need to be addressed.  Those modifications may be altering posted information, issuing a credit to record the invoice and reversing the amount due, or voiding the invoice altogether. In this blog, I will explain how to accomplish each of these modifications. To begin, it is …

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Many new features are coming for Microsoft PowerApps in 2019, most of which will be available with the April 2019 release of Dynamics 365.  For those unfamiliar, PowerApps is a suite of application components, services, connections, and data platforming for rapid development of custom business applications that the common data service for applications or other sources such …

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ML.NET makes machine learning accessible to the .NET developer community. Up until now, the machine learning space has been dominated by other languages such as Python and C++. With ML.NET, .NET developers get access to a whole host of machine learning techniques for solving various problems. ML.NET makes integrating intelligent systems into an existing codebase …

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In an ideal world, software is completely “bug-free,” and unicorns come in a variety of colors. A good software should be resilient to occasional meltdowns. Goals should be to keep the issues to a minimum and increase the turnaround time. In this blog, I am going to describe how ‘Logging’ can be extremely useful when troubleshooting …

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In this video and blog, we’ll explore how a bookkeeper can use Dynamics 365 Business Central to reduce learning time, reduce data entry time, and improve control of data so that errors are limited and the business benefits.   We’ll walk through how to enter a purchase invoice, automate a purchase invoice entry, review vendor …

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Microsoft Excel can be a powerful tool to evaluate SQL data.  In Excel, a connection can be created to directly link to a particular database filtered according to your requirements.   This connection must be validated by a SQL login to ensure the contents of your databases remain secure. The connection can be refreshed to update …

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When using PTE for timesheets, once a timesheet is approved you cannot make changes to it. However, you can make an adjustment to a timesheet and reference the original timesheet. The directions below walk you through this process step-by-step. Go to Project/transactions/timesheet, and this will open the timesheet window For the Header Values Transaction type: …

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In this month’s blog, I wanted to highlight the new features available in PaperSave version 6.x. PaperSave 6 SP1 New Features IMPLEMENT DRAG & DROP IN VARIOUS PAPERSAVE WEB FORMS It is good to have choices! Therefore, whether you are capturing documents from a desktop scanner, network copier/scanner, fax machine, email, or Microsoft Office®, PaperSave’s …

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