With Limited Public Details, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 7 Capabilities and Questions Abound

While Microsoft has kept its demonstrations and discussions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 7 at recent conferences carefully under NDA, enough detail has emerged through outside reports to draw some conclusions about where the company actually stands in its push to get the next major release, and the first one to work in Windows Azure, out the door.

Azure support is coming, but not much to show yet

While a Microsoft Dynamics Community blog post earlier this week claimed that a demo at the Directions US event showed NAV 7 in Azure accessed through a browser interface, first-hand reports we've heard described this demo, which was under NDA, as far more limited and consisting mainly of screenshots, not much live software. Microsoft has not yet returned our requests for more information on this.

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