One of the key benefits of using Microsoft's Common Data Service is its highly customizable and robust permissions settings. With CDS, you can design a functional system tailored to your business. In order to do that, however, you need to understand the building blocks of this security architecture. Follow along for for a basic understanding of everybody's favorite topic: security! In this blog, I will be covering the standard security model in CDS. In a later blog, I will cover hierarchy security.
If you're in the healthcare industry, or even if you're just a patient from time to time, the lack of efficiency in some areas of this industry may be as clear as day. Fixing those problems is unfortunately not always as easy as identifying them. There is a way to gain efficiency in the Healthcare Industry, however, and we'll show you how.
It may seem like eons from now but you should be thinking about your future plans with the discontinuation of support for Windows Server 2008 and 2008R2. It's never too soon to start planning - and you'll need to in order to avoid any business disruptions. Why not embrace the change?
In an increasingly mobile-centered world, business needs are changing, and so are the tools their employees use.
With an unprecedented number of organizations moving to Office 365 and Azure, more and more questions about the security of Microsoft cloud solutions are coming to the forefront.