A recent security vulnerability (aka Zero-Day exploit) was reported by a company named Cyber Kendra that affects the Apache eco-system and its underlying Java component used for data logging. Many GP customers & clients started to worry about the vulnerability and if there GP environment could be prone to an attack from hackers due to... Continue Reading →
Dynamics GP’s new lifecycle calendar – Long life to GP!!!
It's been a while that the GP official documents page hasn't been updated about the various version's lifespan and end of life.. But, good news, it's been updated today officially on the Microsoft site to reflect the latest product lifecycle, which shows that GP is far from being dead yet. The chart bellow shows that... Continue Reading →
Developing for Dynamics GP has been rescued!
For many years several Dynamics GP users have been relying on David's blog over at the MSDN site.. Unfortunately Microsoft decide to retire the site and the content would soon be lost, so it was urgent to act quickly. From a trove of over 1100 blog articles, David managed to save and repost the most... Continue Reading →
Recap about GP Tech Conference 2018
So this week was all about GP Tech Conference in Fargo, and sadly I couldn't attend due to other scheduling conflicts. However, some good friend & MVP's have been there and reported their journey thru their respective blog posts.. Grab a cup of coffee (or Tea 🙂 ) or a glass of Wine and read... Continue Reading →
Miss Convergence 2016 ? Don’t miss Amplify 2016!
Lots of people have been sitting on the fence since last year's Convergence 2015 when Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella announced that Microsoft was going to give new directions to one of the largest event of the company in North America (roughly 12-13'000 attendees in the past years). Microsoft wanted to target more the big company decision... Continue Reading →
First GPUG local chapter meeting for Montreal QC
Friday Nov. 21st was the first local GPUG chapter meeting held in the brand new offices of Microsoft downtown Montreal. The meeting was scheduled from 8:30am to noon, but I showed up there five minutes before eight to be sure that everything was ready in time. I arrived at the door at the same moment... Continue Reading →
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