DC Digest 6 Hey everybody.  Checking in with you some 4 months after the world changed.  We here at Dynamic Consulting are still trucking along, helping companies implement new software and helping others support their new business processes required due to more than typical remote work. One thing we’ve missed as a company is the ability to get out of the house or office and meet with our other people.  It seems pretty trivial, but conferences, on-site visits, and sales calls are all important ways we interact with our partners and customers. To that end, Jon and I have been working on a side project called DynamicsCon.  We’ve enlisted some of the most energetic and creative people in our space to help run a 100% virtual and 100% free Dynamics 365-focused conference.  Over the last couple of weeks, we have been finalizing some design elements and gauging initial interest – we’ve been pleasantly surprised. What differs DynamicsCon from other conferences?  It is 100% free (supported by like-minded and generous sponsors) and the presenters are being paid (or receiving a donation to charity in their name).  If there is anything left over after expenses, the proceeds are all be donated.  Want proof?  The financials are going to be available to the public. You might say “this seems like an extension of Dynamic Consulting.  Just one more way for them to sell to us” but that’s not the case.  The conference is a separate company and to make sure the selection of the sessions is fair and upfront; we’re going to have public voting once all the sessions are submitted for consideration.  We want to provide a place FOR the community BY the community – all are welcome. If you want to learn more, head to the site at https://dynamicscon.com.  You can also reach out to Jon and me individually or ping us on Twitter @jac_rod or @stypulation.  If this is something you are interested in, feel free to share with your friends and use the #dynamicscon hashtag. I look forward to hearing from you all! Jake

News You Should Know 

News you should know #MSDyn365FO:  Customer facing portals have been released into public preview. #MSDyn365CE: The 2020 Wave 2 key dates were recently announced: Release plans will be available July 8, early access begins on August 3, and regional deployments begin on October 2. We recommend upgrading your Sandbox environment around September 1 to allow time for testing. After a bit of a grace period, we’re now starting to see storage warning emails from Microsoft again. If you purchased storage before April 2019 you can renew on the legacy model (for one more year), otherwise, you’ll purchase the specific Database, File, and/or Log storage required. Head to the Power Platform Admin Center to check your current utilization #MSDynGP: Mid-Year Update has been released!  To learn more, click here.  Microsoft is also sharing some of the cool functionality that will be included in the fall release.  Once that list is finalized, we will be sure to share it with you! #MSDyn365BC: Did you know you can now add document printouts as attachments in Business Central?  That’s right… as documents follow a process, you can now easily see the related PDF documents downstream.  Want to learn more?  Check out the new print to attachment feature. #Microsoft365:  So you want shared voicemails to show up in Teams:Calls:Voicemail  Learn how here If you have any questions or would like to have a discussion with us about any of the topics above, please reach out to your Practice Manager, or fill out the Contact Us form.

Upcoming Virtual FREE Events 

Leadership Goes Beyond Free Virtual Event Tuesday, June 30 8am PDT / 11am EDT Register Now Here Microsoft Inspire Free Virtual Conference July 21-22 Global Microsoft Partner Conference Register Now Here DynamicsCon Free Virtual Event September 9-10 For the Community, By the Community Pre-Register Now: https://dynamicscon.com/

DC Blog Roundup

Welcome Joel! welcome Joel Leichty has joined our team of Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM experts, where he will serve as Power Practice Manager.    Read more Email from MSDyn365FO? Validated and tested emails For D365FO, testing and seeing the sent email and confirming success can be done in just a few steps. Read More Data Breach? Even when the attacker has the keys? 4 Proactive and Reactive tips about email attacks Find it here. Taking your Certification exams at home? Here are some tips to know! Taking Microsoft Certification Exams Remotely Covid19 forcing you to work from home? If you need to take your Microsoft exams remotely then read this for tips

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