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There’s an excellent new video on GP 2015 Workflow now out. This is my #1 favourite new feature in GP 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHpXfV_ie5k&feature=youtu.be Workflow 2.0 Includes approvals for – Financial: GL Batch Approval Purchasing: Payables Batch Approval, Vendor Approval Sales: Receivables Batch Approval Payroll: Employee Skills Approval, Direct Deposit Approval, Employee Profile Approval, W4 Approval Project: Expense Report Approval
Wow! As if having Satya Nadella and OneRepublic as a 1-2 punch combination reason for attending Convergence 2015 in Atlanta, Microsoft has now decided to amp up the magic by inviting no other than the Dynamic Duo of presentations: David Musgrave and Mariano Gomez (that would be me!). Mariano Gomez and David Musgrave Inside joke: in case you can’t tell us apart, I’m the taller one and David is the shorter one Realizing no event is complete without a formidable duo of presenters, Microsoft has reached out to us — as the famous LeBron James once said, ” Not 2, not 3, not 4, not 5..
How about this 2014 year, ah? Two major releases in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 only to top off the year with the recent release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 . More than 30 new features in 2013 R2 (over 150 if you include those released in GP 2013 RTM) and now over 120 new features in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015, including the cornerstone .NET interoperability and Service Based Architecture components, it’s no wonder why the Microsoft Dynamics GP Product Management and Product Development teams deserve a massive showing of the hands on this one! Congratulations team on a job well done.
I am sure you have heard about the Sydney Siege yesterday.
As a follow up to my post yesterday (see Microsoft Dynamics GP backups with Windows Azure Blob Storage Service ), an issue has been identified with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 running on SQL Server 2014 when choosing Microsoft Azure storage as the destination for the backup. You will receive the following warning message: The SQL Server version that you are using does not support backing up or restoring your database from Microsoft Azure storage