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Posts Tagged ‘Windows Azure’

Dynamics ERP on Azure – Is Azure the right cloud platform for your Business?

Many CIOs and IT managers are looking to the cloud for cost savings, agility and scalability, but not all cloud services are created equal. Microsoft’s Azure cloud is raising a lot of eyebrows as accounting managers and IT managers alike consider launching all or part of their Microsoft Dynamics ERP on Azure. Azure is Microsoft’s […]

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The Next Big Thing! … Microsoft® Windows Azure

What if you could remove the upfront capital expenditure, lower your risk in implementation and pay only for what you need?  The next big thing appears to be Microsoft Dynamics ERP on Microsoft Windows Azure with ISV application as supplements that make sense for your business.  Clients are finding Microsoft Windows Azure and its global […]

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Now Available on Windows Azure

Great news!  The release of Feature Pack 1 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 last week now enables Dynamics NAV to be deployed on the Windows Azure platform. What are the benefits of deploying Dynamics NAV on Windows Azure? Secure, private, enterprise class cloud –Microsoft’s cloud infrastructure services allows you to quickly scale and adapt to […]

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Preview from Directions EMEA 2012 Conference

Last week, Lars Agger and I had the opportunity to travel to Rome, Italy for the annual Directions EMEA conference.  (For more info on the conference and how Catapult was involved read our post, Catapult’s Microsoft NAV 7 SharePoint Client Demo Debuts at Directions EMEA). The big excitement around the sold-out conference was the upcoming […]

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Warm Climate at Convergence 2011 Brings Exciting Microsoft Announcements

Being a northerner, a week in Atlanta, GA was very appealing, especially after the long winter we had. Not only was the weather beautiful, but the warmth of customers, partners, and Microsoft impressed me this year. The attitudes have improved since previous years and I dare say the economy may be getting better…and warmer! Microsoft […]

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