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How to install Office on a shared computer

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Companies often require Microsoft Office to be installed on shared computers. If the system administrator installs it under their own account then it will use up one of their licences. It is possible to configure office 2013 (office 365) as being a shared computer and thus not using up one of your licences. This can   …Continue Reading


Avoid hidden pitfalls when migrating to Office 365

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Office 365 is widely used in businesses of all sizes. At Bridgeall, we have migrated many companies from Exchange to Office 365 and, now we know the pitfalls, we have created a slick migration process. To save you time and effort we thought it would be useful to share details of the niggles we’ve encountered.   …Continue Reading


Remote Debugging a Dynamics CRM Plugin

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One of the main challenges surrounding the development of plugins for Dynamics CRM, is the difficulty in debugging errors. There are many ways to debug your code, such as checking the event viewer for any exceptions thrown, check the associated system jobs within the CRM UI, making use of the “ITracingService” within your code etc.   …Continue Reading


Cross Origin (CORS) enabled WCF Services over SSL from Dynamics CRM

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The latest W3C standard CORS specification addresses the issue that most browsers simply won’t allow cross domain calls for security reasons. Previous workarounds for Dynamics CRM calls to external web services have included transferring logic from client to server via a dialog or workflow with custom activity, the use of JSONP or using IIS URL   …Continue Reading


Top 8 differences between Dynamics CRM and Salesforce

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Search online for CRM or Customer Relationship Management and you are likely to come across the two main contenders within the CRM arena: Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Salesforce CRM. There are many similarities between the two CRM solutions but there are also some important differences which you should be aware of before making your choice.   …Continue Reading


Save time and your sanity with NBuilder

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Building maintainable unit test data quickly with NBuilder Anyone who has worked on a unit test project for any length of time will tell you, setting up the vast amount of test data required for the process is a guaranteed way to cut through time and sanity. Depending on the complexity of the test, there   …Continue Reading