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[Guide] The Essential Guide to Microsoft Teams End-User Engagement

Microsoft Teams is changing workplace collaboration by bringing together chat, meetings, apps, bots, personal storage, and calls into one interface. With so many features available, it’s possible to take on too much, too quickly. Having a Microsoft Teams implementation strategy is crucial to avoiding common pitfalls, and to ensure successful adoption and end-user engagement. Whether […]

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Machine Instruction 3.0: Express Your Desire

The evolution of expressing our machine instruction. Let’s get there together. Machine Instruction 1.0 In the past, we taught our computers what to do by expressing our desires with exact instruction. Classic computer programming that listed step by step instructions. We taught our machines how to behave. Arguably, even legacy artificial intelligence worked this way. Of course, this way of directing […]

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How to Ask Good Questions and Why You Should

The value a question holds can often be found in much more than simply the answer. Asking questions is the key to learning and building rapport, especially at Perficient. No one is dumb who is curious. The people who don’t ask questions remain clueless throughout their lives.  — Neil deGrasse Tyson Asking Questions Makes You […]

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Don’t Short Change Your Microsoft Teams Deployment

Teams is an iceberg. When you look at an iceberg from a boat you only see what’s above the water. With Teams what you see is a simple looking chat interface that many see as the successor to Skype. It’s so much more than that. Like an iceberg, you’re only seeing what’s above the water, […]

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The Secret Guide to Working With a Recruiter

How to Best Work With a Recruiter As a job applicant, navigating the interview process from first call to first day can be a daunting and, let’s be honest, tiring process. There’s a ton of research to do (but where should you focus your research?), people to meet (but what are their personalities like?), and […]

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How Our Differences Make for Stronger Collaboration

Our Perficient colleagues share how they live and breathe our core values. Here, Corey Brooks, senior accountant, writes about how collaboration is essential for a growing business like Perficient. Collaboration means people working together for the benefit of the end-goal; utilizing personal input, but sacrificing personal needs. Collaboration is very important to a business, at […]

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Perficient Bike Team Hits the Road for the First Time

Colleagues based in our St. Louis office recently started the Perficient Bike Club, a fun, non-competitive group made up of riders from all levels and experiences. The club plans to meet after work hours and on Saturday mornings to tackle local trails and explore popular hotspots. Missouri is a bike-friendly state, so the group has […]

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Welcome to the Collaboration Economy. Is Your Business Ready?

From Sharing Economy to Collaboration Economy Whether you’ve booked a rideshare car service, stayed in a stranger’s empty room on vacation, or found Fido a new home away from home, there’s a good chance you’ve witnessed the sharing economy. It’s this growing business trend that is beginning to impact the way businesses run for not […]

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ChefConf 2019 – Are you ready for it?

ChefConf 2019 kicks off in Chef’s (and my) hometown of Seattle in less than two weeks on May 20th.  If you’re interested in going and haven’t already registered, check out more information here and use code Hugs4Chef19 for 10% off your registration. Things I hope to hear at ChefConf This year promises to be a […]

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Top Ways Organizations Today Are Modernizing Intranet Platforms

Today’s intranet portals serve many purposes, from corporate communications to collaboration and business productivity. But more and more organizations are beginning to look for ways to modernize their intranet platforms and provide a richer, more collaborative end user experience. Here are three ways that organizations today are modernizing intranet platforms: Knowledge Management – rapid advances in […]

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Newest Microsoft Technology Center Opens in St. Louis

When you think of digital transformation, do you have a future vision? Or are you trying to solve a pain point that only a major transformation will fix? Maybe it’s a combination of both. If you’re in our headquarters hometown of St. Louis, we’ve got great news for you. Yesterday marked the opening of the […]

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4 Personality Types for your Modern Intranet

In today’s diverse working environment, organizations face a challenge of providing systems that cater to a diverse audience. We’ve previously discussed this trend in our series of blog posts, “Anatomy of a Modern Intranet”. By 2020, there will be five generations active in the workplace. All with different work styles and comfort with technology solutions. […]

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Winning Intranet Strategies: Structured Content and Data Silos

Those of us in the business of building corporate intranets have long battled against people’s tendencies to work in isolation or “silos”. Our goal is to create intranet and collaboration sites where people work in an open and transparent manner, and information is accessible, enabling better decision-making and productivity. Many intranet and collaboration tools such […]

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Collaboration vs Communication

I recently read a very short article on CMO.com regarding “Collaboration vs Communication and Why It Matters.” The article makes some good points but could expound on the topic overall. Let me give you my take on this. We see a lot of companies today attempting to redo their intranet, development processes, etc. Almost without […]

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Working Together for the Win at Perficient

Our Perficient colleagues share how they live and breathe our core values. Here, Joy Kuhl, strategic account director, writes about why collaboration is key at Perficient. I’m so proud of the people I work with at Perficient. It is the most talented, smartest pool of colleagues with whom I’ve ever worked in my professional career. No Shortage […]

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Organizational DevOps – an Enterprise Contradiction

Does your business structure help or hurt your DevOps move? “Organizational DevOps” is the enterprise level action for a DevOps strategy and tactics. There is a natural struggle when moving towards DevOps, but therein is the value. First some context … Process or Project  Operations management is the attempt to run things better – in the current […]

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DevOps/OpsDev: The Name Debate is Over

DevOps was first introduced in 2008 as an extension of proper development, but shortly thereafter, “OpsDev” was on many of our minds. I believe the earliest mention of OpsDev was 2012 [Randy Clark in UK Business Computing World, “DevOps or OpsDev?”]. Please forgive me if you made an earlier mention! Why the Name Debate? There […]

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Become an Award-Winning Salesforce Solution Architect

Decades of Movie Making Tradition I stumbled into a career as a Solution Architect while working for Walt Disney Pictures & Television as an Assistant to the Executive Vice President of production. Part of my daily routine was to man five fax machines early in the morning receiving call sheets and production reports from movies […]

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3 Steps to Overcoming Communication Barriers

We often hear the phrase “Seek first to understand and then to be understood” or are told to actively listen. While these are important, often time it’s simply not tactical enough. Too often what we hear is skewed by the filters that we (and our audiences) apply. So how do we ensure what we say […]

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Why I Love the Marathon Relay as a Company Team-building Event

Our company participated in the Colfax Marathon Relay again this year.   It’s a great event with the marathon broken up into 5 legs (6.5, 4.0, 5.5, 4.1, and 6.1 miles).   While I was running my leg, I started thinking about why I like running this race every year with my coworkers (mainly to distract me […]

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