Many of you know that Mark Polino and I are good friends. As good friends, we love to tease each other. Combine that teasing with a love of learning and sharing what we learn. If we can show the other something new then we are happy.
I was lucky enough to read an early edition of Mark’s Microsoft Dynamics GP Field Service Manual. I gave Mark several things to tease me about because I kept sending emails saying, “I didn’t know that” (and remember, I’ve worked with GP since it was called Dynamics and it took 25 diskettes to install.) New features (from upgrades) fall between the cracks for everybody. His book also made me think about security in an entirely different way.
If you manage your install of Microsoft Dynamics GP (or Dynamics 365 or NetSuite), check out the following. -Belinda
At Fastpath, when we talk to people about security, we’re often discussing taking a risk-based approach to addressing security setup, but risk a weird concept for people. As humans we worry about being attacked by a shark, but not about being in a car accident on the way to work. Seth Godin’s new post, Getting…