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Most of Microsoft's improvements come first to the Share Point Online product, with some (but not all) filtering down to the server product via Feature Pack releases.
March 21: Microsoft describes Dynamics 365's spring update, including the planned release of Dynamics 365 for Marketing and the introduction of Dynamics 365 for Sales Professional.
March 20: Microsoft announces planned feature deprecations in Dynamics 365 portals.
April 10: Dynamics 365 for Marketing becomes generally available.
April 2: Microsoft announces the general availability of Dynamics 365 Business Central (cloud), with an on-premises/hosted version arriving in the fall.
Microsoft also launched the Share Point Framework in 2017 to support client-side customizations using open source tools for Share Point Online, but also promised to deliver Share Point Framework support for the server product, too.
Microsoft has been more reticent in describing details about the upcoming Exchange Server release compared to the other 2019-branded server releases that are on tap this year.
March 13: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central will be released on April 2, according to Microsoft.
March 12: Microsoft has started sharing details of its upcoming NAV-based offering, called "Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central," to select partners, according to an report. 15: Microsoft launches a preview of the Dynamics 365 support center. 6: Microsoft releases the Dynamics 365 for Marketing app to public preview, with general availability slated for spring.
March 29: The next Windows Server semiannual channel release (version 1803) will arrive in the first half of 2019, according to Microsoft.
March 20: Microsoft releases Windows Server 2019 in preview, with general availability expected in the second half of 2018.