Posts Tagged ‘Whitepaper’

Whitepaper: Optimizing & Maintaining the Performance of a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Server Infrastructure

Microsoft has released a whitepaper providing information designed to help readers with achieving and maintaining optimal performance of the server infrastructure supporting a Dynamics CRM 2011-based business solution deployed in an on-premises or hosted environment. Continue reading

White Paper: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Windows Event Tracing

Microsoft has released a whitepaper on Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Windows Event Tracing and its now available for download at the Microsoft Download Centre. Continue reading

White paper: Integrate, Automate, Simplify business processes using BizTalk Server & SAP

Microsoft has released a document, describing how to integrate, automate, and simplify business processes using BizTalk Server and SAP. Continue reading

White Paper: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 & Microsoft Project Server 2010 Integration

Microsoft has released a document that describes how to set up the integration between Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 and Microsoft Project Server 2010. Continue reading

Technical Whitepaper: Learn How Microsoft IT Deployed Internet Explorer 9 to more than 100,000 desktop computers around the world

Microsoft has made available for download a document on how Microsoft IT used its own deployment tools and management technologies to reduce the time, cost and complexity of planning, building, and deploying Internet Explorer 9. Continue reading

Whitepaper: Microsoft Lync 2010 Client Virtualization

Microsoft has released a document Client Virtualization in Microsoft Lync 2010. The document describes the supported functionality, environments, and tools, and outlines a series of best practice recommendations for running the Microsoft Lync 2010 communications software client in a virtualized environment. Continue reading

Whitepaper: ‘Microsoft Project for the Masses’ now available

Microsoft has released a document titled Microsoft Project for the Masses that clearly shows how Microsoft SharePoint, Project Professional, and Project Server can be utilized to solve a particular business problem scenario without the need for intensive efforts to custom configure a project management solution. Continue reading