This blog post is more relevant if you are looking to upgrade from CRM 2013 or 2015 on premise to Dynamics 365 Online. However, some sections are relevant for all upgrades of Dynamics CRM/365 in general.
With all the features that are added at a very rapid pace to Dynamics 365 and all the features that are exclusive to the cloud version, a lot of companies are looking to upgrade from the current on premises version of CRM to Dynamics 365 online. What are some of the key aspects to consider before and after upgrading?
Before you upgrade
It’s a good idea to look at some of the known issues with your version of Dynamics CRM. For example,
- The growth of the Async Operation Base table that can cause performance issues (Microsoft provides a resolution here);
- The growth of the Principal Object Access (POA) table which can also cause…
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