by James Townsend Microsoft, like other cloud software providers, ensures that you will be using the latest version of software such as Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics 365. Enhancements are continuously released and major upgrades take place more frequently than they did when most organizations ran their software on their own servers. Many of InfoStrat's government clients are at last moving their Dynamics 365 (formerly Dynamics CRM) solutions to the Microsoft cloud. Moving them offers many choices for customers about their approach. Here are some alternatives: Lift and shift . Some organizations want to move their workloads to the cloud and decommission their servers and on premises computing facilities. The least ambitious approach is to move from on premises hardware or virtual servers to cloud servers. If you are already running virtual servers, the move is less dramatic. If not, this effort will allow you to re-architect your server infrastructure and consider c
From James Townsend, vice president of Sylogist, thoughts on digital transformation, marketing automation, customer relationship management, Power Apps , Microsoft Dynamics 365, government contracting, customer service and more.