MS Medics 365

Hello Community! My good friend,  and cohort in shenanigans, Chris Cognetta, and I, have recently launched two new Facebook groups: Azure Medics MS Medics 365 Chris’s article, Azure & MS Medics 365 Coming Soon, provides some history about how the Medics got their start and fast forwards to today. So why MS Medics 365?  Its…

Microsoft MVP Virtual Conference

I was pleased to have the opportunity to participate in the first ever Microsoft MVP Virtual Conference.  For those of you not able to attend, we had a panel of four Microsoft MVP’s to include Alex Fagundes, Chris Cognetta, Shan McArthur and me.  Of course, the topic was the latest release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.…

Inspire the Next

At Hitachi Solutions one of our logos displays the phrase, Inspire the Next.   The Merriam Webster’s definition of inspire is, “to fill with courage or strength of purpose”.  I personally love the phrase because it points to inspiring whatever is next; in life, in work, in play… and applies to every day, hour and minute.   …

Who’s Going to Microsoft Convergence 2014?

In the tradition of Waldo, the Dynamics CRM MVP’s love traveling the world and hanging out with the community.  One of our favorite spots to travel to each year is Microsoft Convergence.  The two primary reasons are because Microsoft Convergence is all about product and community and we are passionate about both.  We love working…

Virtual Convergence EMEA 2013

Barcelona is one of the places in the world that is definitely on my travel list.  Unfortunately, this year was not the year for me so I wasn’t able to attend Microsoft Convergence EMEA in person.  For those like me, who were not able to make the trek to Spain this year, we do have…

Microsoft Dynamics & the Gender Salary Gap

In 1963 the Equal Pay Act was enacted and other bills followed like the Equality Bill to address gender pay gaps.  Given the decades of attention this issue has received, why is the salary gap still alive and well in all industries to include Microsoft Dynamics.  I was reminded of this issue when I read…