InformationWeek: Nearly a year after announcing plans to make its Dynamics ERP suite available in the cloud, Microsoft is finally coming closer to turning those plans into reality. The company will soon enable two products from the Dynamics line--Dynamics NAV 2013 and Dynamics GP 2013--for use through its Azure cloud computing platform. Betas of the software will become available this spring and summer, with general availability releases before the end of the year.
Microsoft also plans to take Dyanmics AX to the cloud, but hasn't provided details about when that might happen.
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