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Microsoft Teams Updates (December 2020)

Happy holidays to everyone, and welcome to December! Microsoft has been working diligently to get everyone some great new updates before the end of the year. In this blog, we’ll cover some of the biggest updates announced this month around Teams meetings, calling, and collaboration! Meetings AI-based noise suppression I cannot emphasize how excited I […]

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Microsoft Teams as a Platform and Microsoft 365 Apps to DevOps Maturity Model

Microsoft Teams is the modern hub for Teamwork.  It’s the place to chat with your team, connect to meetings, and gather notes; it helps manage and provide a single interface for your tasks and projects and work teams.  The best part is the extensibility and focus of bringing enterprise line of business systems together as […]

Perficient Listed in Four Recent Forrester Reports Related to Microsoft Capabilities

The second half of 2020 has been an exciting period for our Microsoft team, with Forrester listing us in four reports that relate to capabilities within our Microsoft practice. These reports range in solutions and showcase the wide range of capabilities that our Microsoft practice holds, ready to help clients with any number of digital […]

Azure Architecture

Baseline Certifications for Professionals working in the M365, Power Platform, and Azure spaces

Baseline Certifications for Professionals working in the M365, Power Platform, and Azure spaces Anyone selling, designing, delivering, or supporting Microsoft services in the M365, Azure, or Power Platform (I will call this Microsoft Cloud below) should consider studying for and obtaining the three ‘Fundamentals’ certifications from Microsoft. For business or sales oriented professionals Although these […]

Using New Built-in Polls in a Teams Meeting

One new update that may have flown under your radar is the new built-in polls feature in a Teams meeting. In today’s article, I’ll be covering this cool new feature and show you how you can start using polls in your meetings! Step 1: Schedule your meeting Let’s start things off in the Microsoft Teams […]

Secure Development Policy

Securing Teams with built-in apps in Microsoft Endpoint Manager

With about 42% of the U.S. labor force working remotely, managing devices has become more important than ever. Luckily, Microsoft has made great advancements in device management capabilities, many of which we’ll discuss today. In this blog, we’ll go over four main areas of Endpoint Management: Creating an app deployment Securing the app (conditional access […]

Digital Process Automation

How to Generate .DACPAC File in Your Build Artifact for Azure SQL Deployment

You’d have to run the Azure SQL DacpacTask in your Release Pipeline to continuously deploy your database to Azure SQL. However, if your .dacpac file is not recognized in your build artifact during the DacpacTask, you have to manually add some lines in your Build Pipeline. NOTE: I’d already deployed our local database to Azure […]

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Q&A: Perficient Chairman and CEO Talks Recent Appointment to St. Luke’s Hospital Board of Directors

Following his recent appointment to the board of directors of St. Luke’s Hospital, a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare provider headquartered in St. Louis, I chatted with Jeff Davis, Perficient Chairman and CEO, about the distinction and his goals for working with the healthcare provider. Jeff, thanks for the time. A Board of Directors appointment is an […]

Digital Account Openings

Four Microsoft 365 Network Connectivity Principles You Need to Know (Part 4 of 4)

Welcome back to the last part of our “Four Microsoft 365 network connectivity principles you need to know” blog series! Last time, we discussed the concept of enabling direct connectivity for Microsoft 365 connections If you haven’t had a chance to check that blog post out yet, I encourage you to check it out here. […]

Digital Process Automation

Four Microsoft 365 Network Connectivity Principles You Need to Know (Part 3 of 4)

Welcome back to part 3 of the “Four Microsoft 365 network connectivity principles you need to know” blog series! Last time we discussed the topic of local egress and how enabling local egress of Microsoft 365 data ensures the greatest chance of the traffic being routed through the closest Microsoft network point of presence in […]

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Microsoft Teams Updates (November 2020)

Last week, Microsoft announced all of the upcoming updates for Microsoft Teams in the month of November. In this blog, we’ll go over some of the biggest announcements around meetings and calling as well as chat and collaboration! Without further ado let’s see what Microsoft has in store for us! Meeting and Calling Updates Live […]

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How to Host Your Project Using Azure Build & Release Pipelines (GIFs included)

If you have a project in your repository that you want to host on the web, running the build and release pipelines on Azure is one way to go. Although configuring them is super easy, the process itself is not very intuitive especially the first time you encounter it because what each pipeline does is […]

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