Check out the Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services Engineering Blog for Useful Tips, Tricks and Roadmap Hints

I’ve created a number of posts highlighting the business and technology value of Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle services and hope I’ve inspired our Microsoft Dynamics AX customers to look more closely at this free tool for inspiration and education. Today, I wanted to point out the “Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services Engineering Blog” as a great source for your research.

Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services Engineering Blog

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/lcs/

The LCS team has been posting here since 2013 and creating content on a variety of LCS-related topics from product release notes, to technical tips and editorial content. Some content is more relevant to Microsoft partners than to customers, but anyone involved with the tool will find something of interest.

Check out the Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services Engineering Blog

If you really want to be in the know with Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services, you can sign in for online user training through the “Microsoft Imagine Academy” using your Office365 credentials. https://imagineacademy.microsoft.com/

Remember, the SBS Group Microsoft Dynamics AX team is always here to answer any questions you have regarding LCS and how you can leverage this tool in before, during and after your AX implementation.


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  1. Reblogged this on smay772.

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