Standardization Of Processes In Various Microsoft Dynamics Nav Installations

Standardization of production or logistic processes Generally, in global companies all processes except sales are not so easily adjustable. It is correct to e.g. introduce the same production process in all subsidiaries .
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Microsoft’s Android Wear Keyboard Has You Drawing Every Letter

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The company’s research wing has slipped out Analog Keyboard , a prototype input app that has you drawing individual characters on your wristwear instead of trying to hit tiny keys . It’s not the fastest solution (and triggers a few flashbacks to old-school PDAs ), but it’s very straightforward — you get a relatively big drawing area, and there’s a smart auto-correct system that you turn off just by pausing for a while between letters.
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Microsoft Squashes Rumors Of Major Windows 8.1 Update | News & Opinion | Pcmag.com

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Microsoft Still Doesn’t Get Why Iphone And Ipad Succeeded – Macdailynews – Welcome Home

Steve Jobs himself even demonstrated the iPad while reclining in a comfy leather chair, not sitting upright at a friggin desk. Microsoft was shown the way and, once again, they failed to properly follow Apples lead. By now, thats just stupid and/or lazy.
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Sort On Multiple Columns In Dynamics Nav 2013 – Olof Simren – Microsoft Dynamics Nav Blog – Microsoft Dynamics Nav – Microsoft Dynamics Community

Recently someone asked me if it was possible, and I thought it would be worth a quick small blog post. Yes, you can sort on multiple columns in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 (with some limitations though). You do it by holding the shift key down while clicking the next column(s). This way Dynamics NAV sorts the data based on multiple columns.
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Kinect For Windows V2 Costs A Pretty Penny – Yahoo News

The Xbox One uses the Kinect to control navigation, media and video games, but on Windows, the device is more of a productivity tool. MORE: Best Xbox One Games 2014 If the $200 price tag seems steep (an Xbox One with a Kinect costs $500, whereas one without costs $400), developers should note that the software is free. By default, the Kinect works with the Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit 2.0, which includes a license for noncommercial use.
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