My D365 Journey

Microsoft sell 3 different flavours of D365:

  • Dynamics 365
  • Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations > this is the version I work with typically

So this section of my blog charts my learning of the ‘Dynamics 365‘ products. Whilst I have been tracking these and frequently review the documented capabilities, I now plan to get deeper into each of them during 2020 particularly, starting by implementing it in my own business.

Learning Status

11/05/2020 > I have been working on setting up the consulting resources of 365Operations team and enabling the booking of resources to our customer sales orders. A quick blog post can be read here: http://www.rustongroup.com/d365ce/enable-d365-sales-orders-for-resource-scheduling-booking/

28/04/2020 > The first blog post I have written shares the basics of how to secure our data in D365. My initial learnings can be seen here: http://www.rustongroup.com/d365ce/managing-security-in-dynamics-365/ . The sources of this blog post are from docs.microsoft.com and from a really useful D365UG session presented by Feridun Kadir

27/04/2020 > Attended my first Virtual Dynamics User Group meeting. I listened to some good sessions throughout the day.

20/04/2020 > I have deployed 2 environments for Dynamics 365 – 1 x Sandbox for learning in and the other is our 365Operations Production environment!

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