Dynamics CRM Live: Workplace CalendarMicrosoft demonstrated new features in its forthcoming Dynamics CRM Live service at its Worldwide Partner Conference in Denver this week. The final version of the service will be available in the first half of 2008 and come in two flavors: Professional and Enterprise.
Dynamics Live CRM users will be able to access a variety of workplace services from inside the product. The workplace calendar, shown here, is one such service.
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