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From the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central blogs: Sales prices; Improve security; Upgrade code; Switch between companies

by MSDW Reporter
Editorial Team,

In this week's Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central blog roundup

  • Manage sales prices
  • Tips to improve security for your Azure Blob Storage with Business Central
  • A Business Central 'upgrade code' saga…
  • How to switch between companies

Dynamics 365 Business Central: Manage sales prices

Writing on his blog, Brad Prendergast stated that in today’s price-sensitive market, a business needs flexibility when it determines what to charge for its products. Prendergast noted that it's important for companies to have flexible sales price models so they can tailor their pricing strategies to meet the needs of their customers and the market.

He pointed out that Dynamics 365 Business Central offers several price strategies that enable businesses to offer flexible and competitive pricing strategies. These sales prices can be for specific customers, customer price groups, or sales campaigns, and they can include prices with conditions such as order dates, units of measure, or minimum quantities purchased.

In his blog post, Prendergast explained how companies can work with the sales prices in D365BC.

Some tips to improve the security of your Azure Blob Storage with Business Central

On his blog, Stefano Demiliani noted some partners have been asking about the security of the Azure Blob Storage in the event they want to store important information from Business Central.

He offered recommendations about what users should do to increase security: first of all, disable anonymous access.

This seems quite stupid, but sometimes I see blob storage with anonymous access. Azure Blob Storage supports optional anonymous public read access to containers and blobs but this present[s] a security risk.

In his blog post, Demiliani explained how to disable anonymous access. He then explained how to enable infrastructure encryption as well as enable storage key rotation. He then stated that users should monitor their Azure storage accounts by configuring a diagnostic setting.

Additionally, he pointed out several other steps users should take to improve the security of their Azure Blob Storage.

A Business Central 'upgrade code' saga…

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