Microsoft has removed the Customer Engagement and FinOps buckets from their licensing documentation and now offers a single menu of Dynamics 365 apps. What should the CE professionals now identify themselves with in this new world?
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On the first business day of each month, I have one routine that I’ve been following for quite some time now: check the latest Licensing Guides that Microsoft has published. I have two short URLs that I use for quickly downloading them: I also have a habit of storing each historical version of these documents (and other licensing materials from MS) onto my OneDrive.
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