Dynamics 365, Microsoft's robust suite of business applications, boasts a myriad of features that can be customized to cater to the specific needs of any business. A vital concept to grasp when working with Dynamics 365 is the difference between managed and unmanaged solutions. This blog post aims to clarify these two types of solutions, providing a comprehensive analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of each. Unmanaged Solutions Unmanaged solutions act as a dynamic development environment, enabling direct alterations and additions to system components. They are often employed during the development and testing phase of a customization project but are equally effective when implemented in production instances, particularly for internal organizational operations. Pros of Unmanaged Solutions: Flexibility : Unmanaged solutions provide a high degree of adaptability, permitting developers to modify system components, introduce new elements, or discard those that are no longer nece
This is my blog about my experiences working as a software developer, consultant and systems integrator. I primarily focus on Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Azure, and Scribe Online.