This article came together after searching online for a suitable process to manage growth of SQL database data files instead of leaving them unmanaged in the default auto-growth configuration. So here is the fruit of my search and documents the process of making it work.
With so many organisations making the shift to working from home, our Client Support Team have identified a trending question relating to working from home…
If you’re a Microsoft Dynamics GP customer, you’ve no doubt been accustomed to a product licensing arrangement that requires you to acquire system components on module by module basis. Microsoft has now made it simpler.
Microsoft has announced the release date for GP 2018 as 1st December 2017! Microsoft guarantees Dynamics customers that together with the new features, Dynamics GP…
Let me guess. You’re either considering Dynamics GP 2016 as an ERP platform and want to know how much it costs. Or, you’re an existing Dynamics GP user and curious to learn if you’ll have to pay extra to upgrade to the latest version.
Every Microsoft consultant has a favourite Dynamics GP 2016 feature. However, I think most would agree that the introduction of an HTML5 web client is one of the most exciting.
Enthusiasm for the cloud and the benefits it’s providing is growing every day as people realise it’s now a mainstream operational model for IT infrastructure. While the model and benefits might not suit every organisation, the argument is becoming more compelling.
Here are two pieces of good news for Microsoft Dynamics GP users.
It’s not an easy time to be an Australian business. While the Aussie dollar has hit an eight-month high and business confidence has stabilised, experts report increased pressure on wages, profits and revenue growth.
Microsoft will end support for SQL Server 2005 in April next year. As the product’s end of life clock ticks down, it’s time for Microsoft Dynamics GP customers to start thinking about how to respond.