To use Dynamics 365 for Talent you need to first buy the license. What kind of license you should buy depends on your organisation, there are (as of October 2018) four options witch includes Talent:
- Unified Operations Plan (With the full ERP suite – formerly know as Dynamics AX)
- Dynamics 365 Plan (With the full Dynamics 365 suite)
- Dynamics 365 for Talent (With Core HR, Onboard and Attract
- Product (Onboard and/or Attract)
After the license is bought you need to do the following (for more information about how you do this, read the post: How to start and access your new Talent environment:
- Create an LCS project
- Provision a Talent project
- Grant access to the environment
To use the system Microsoft recommends the following browsers:
- Microsoft Edge (latest publicly available version) on Windows 10
- Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, or Windows 7
- Google Chrome (latest publicly available version) on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Google Nexus 10 tablet
- Apple Safari (latest publicly available version) on Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan) or 10.12 (Sierra), or Apple iPad
To use the Excel and Word add-ins you need Office 2016, to view the documents generated by exporting, you need to have Office 2007 or later.
You should have a latency of 250-300 milliseconds (ms) or less. You can test the network latency here; www.azurespeed.com
With a bandwidth of more than 50 kilobytes per second (KBps) you should be able to run Talent.
When you have set up this, and are following at least the minimum requirements you should be able to use Dynamics 365 for Talent.