eXtreme365: Microsoft Dynamics 365 vision draws ever closer to LinkedIn, Office 365, Azure Cognitive Services

Microsoft believes its overall cloud portfolio, from Azure computing resources up through analytics, Dynamics 365 business solutions, and add-on apps, provides differentiation over competitors.

Speaking at eXtreme365 2017 today, Microsoft Technical Fellow and Dynamics 365 CTO Mike Ehrenberg encouraged partners to shift their focus from selling a single Dynamics product to solutions that tie in the complete portfolio as needed. In his keynote address, he argued for Microsoft's commitment to improving the use of data and tools drawn from LinkedIn, Office 365, and Azure cognitive services to compose differentiated scenarios.


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