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Microsoft Flow and Dynamics 365

Microsoft Dynamics CRM has had a native workflow engine almost since inception. For the most part, this has been a great automation tool. It provides a very easy-to-use way to automate simple processes in your CRM database. Also, there is a way to extend the functionality of the native workflow engine using C# and .NET so even if you can’t do something out-of-the-box, it is possible to write some code to get it done.

Dan’s Desk: A Series of Security Memos – Carelessness

Security Memo 5: Carelessness

**This is the last memo in a series, straight from Dan's desk, helping you understand more about easy security steps for your work and personal use. Read the fourth memo in this series.**

An overwhelming 80% of corporate security professionals and IT administrators indicated in a recent survey that "end user carelessness" constituted the biggest security threat to their organizations, surpassing the ever-present peril posed by malware or organized hacker attacks.

Dan’s Desk: A Series of Security Memos – Passwords

Security Memo 4: Passwords

**This is part of a series of memos, straight from Dan's desk, helping you understand more about easy security steps for your work and personal use. Read the third memo in this series.**

The easiest way to protect yourself and your company from cyber threats is by having a strong password.

Dan’s Desk: A Series of Security Memos – Whaling

Security Memo 3: The Dangers of Whaling

**This is part of a series of memos, straight from Dan's desk, helping you understand more about easy security steps for your work and personal use. Read the second memo in this series.**

In an effort to further enhance your company’s cyber defenses, we want to highlight a common cyber-attack that everyone should be aware of – whaling.

Finding Your Way

Google Maps and I are good friends. Sometimes I ignore Google Maps advice, because I think I know better, only to find myself in a traffic jam that Maps was trying to help me avoid. Consequently, sometimes even when I know where I am going and how to get there, I’ll check Google Maps to make sure I am not headed toward a traffic accident or a long construction delay.

Fred Varin attends VetsNet Roundtable

VetsNet Roundtable

TopLine Results doesn't just say they support U.S. veterans, but hires them as well. Our marketing consultant, Madison Knabe, is part of the Wisconsin Air National Guard. As part of our goal to give back to a community that secures our freedom on a day to day basis, Fred, TopLine's President, attended VetsNet Executive Roundtable.

Dan’s Desk: A Series of Security Memos – Phishing

Security Memo 2: The Dangers of Phishing

**This is part a series of memos, straight from Dan's desk, helping you understand more about easy security steps for your work and personal use. Read the first in the series.**

In an effort to further enhance cyber defenses, we want to highlight a common cyber-attack that everyone should be aware of – phishing.

Top 7 Ways to Embrace CRM

What does success look like when you implement a CRM?

Many companies know that a system is needed to keep track of the important information they gather about their prospects, their leads and their current customers. Yet when it comes to defining what success looks like, there are many measurable outcomes.

Improve Security using Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

As our lives become more and more “digital”, it is increasingly important to protect our digital identity.  Most people have the attitude of “I don’t have anything important enough to steal” so they take a very lackadaisical approach to all aspects of security on the internet.

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