Microsoft pushing for trust and adoption of Dynamics AX Lifecycle Services

Microsoft wants Dynamics AX Lifecycle Services (LCS) to stop being known as AX's best kept secret. There are some simple ways that customers can start familiarizing themselves with the product, its intentions, and some of the most basic ways to get value out of it.

Sharing an AX production system with Microsoft over a network presents some thorny questions about data access and usage, but they are questions Microsoft officials say they are comfortable addressing.  As a Windows Azure-based service that can connect deeply with Dynamics AX 2012 for a long and growing list of needs like system monitoring, updates, documentation, architecture planning and more, trust and privacy still sit as potential hurdles LCS adoption.


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