Microsoft Dynamics CRM Q2 2012 Service Update Will Add Mobile Platform, Cross-Browser Support

Keeping to its new, faster release cadence for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft announced today its plans for a Q2 2012 service update for Dynamics CRM that will feature a new set of mobile and tablet applications running on a new cloud service.  Called Microsoft Dynamics CRM Mobile, the service update will also add cross-browser compatibility, enhancements to CRM activity feeds, use of SQL Server 2012's Power View capabilities, and compliance with more industry and geographic standards.

With this service update, Microsoft is releasing new native device applications for Dynamics CRM 2011 on Windows Phone 7, iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry. The apps are coupled with a new cloud service (not on Windows Azure) to manage the provisioning and administration of mobile access.


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