Microsoft Dynamics 365 to adjust SMB focus to composable solutions, away from Editions

Microsoft plans to end its use of rigid Business (SMB) and Enterprise editions of Dynamics 365, opting instead for a more flexible approach in the future that will encourage the development of composable applications using the suite's apps.

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Third time is a charm

Oh! But wait... this is only the second round.
Guess we'll have to wait then for Dynamics the Apocalyptic Version.

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