Posts Tagged ‘O365’

Resources to Accelerate User Adoption of O365

Today’s post marks the beginning of the final section of this blog series dedicated to boosting adoption of Office 365 through organizational change management (OCM). The previous four posts set the stage for what we’re about to do, accelerating user readiness in the adoption of Office 365. To accelerate readiness for and adoption of O365, […]

A Proven Approach for Change and Adoption of Office 365

In my most recent blog post we discussed some scenarios expressing of the importance of organizational change management (OCM) in an Office 365 (O365) implementation. This post will focus on the approach for change and adoption of O365. An organization must be ready, willing and able for the change and adoption of Office 365. A […]

The Importance of OCM to an Office 365 Implementation

In my preceding blog post, we discussed some examples of increasing success and managing disruption with change management. Today, we’ll discuss the significance of organizational change management (OCM) to an effective Microsoft Office 365 (O365) implementation. Consider the implications that change management can have on implementing a solution like O365. O365 is a cloud-based subscription […]

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Increase Success by Managing Disruption with Change Management

My previous post focused on the first stage in adopting O365 through change management. Today’s post puts the spotlight on increasing success and managing disruption. Did you know that projects backed with a successful change management program are six times more likely to be successful than those that don’t? Prosci first conducted this study several […]

A Primer on Organizational Change Management

There’s a lot to consider when implementing Microsoft Office 365 (O365) – be it one application or the entire suite. Often, the last thing organizations think about is the impact on the users. Yet they are your most valuable asset, and their adoption can drive true value and impact across the entire organization. The content […]

Join Our 4 Can’t-Miss Sessions at MicroStrategy World

MicroStrategy World is around the corner, happening February 4-6th in Phoenix. With the recent release of MicroStrategy 2019 and O365 integration, it will be an exciting education-packed week! Perficient is proud to be a Gold sponsor of the event. We’ll be exhibiting at booth #300 in the expo hall where our experts will be onsite […]

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Preparing for TLS 1.0/1.1 Deprecation and Why You Should Care

As you may have heard through the grape vine, TLS 1.0/1.1 will be deprecated starting October 31st, 2018. So what does that mean and why should you care? In this article we’ll discuss what this means for users of Lync/Skype for Business on-premises and Skype for Business Online and why TLS 1.2 will be mandatory going […]

Microsoft Teams 101

So you’ve heard all the hype around the new Microsoft product called “Teams”, but you’re not exactly sure what it DOES. Worry not, this article will cover: A high level overview of Microsoft Teams Assessing readiness for Microsoft Teams Best Practices when implementing Microsoft Teams As an added note, this blog post is not a […]

Access Web Apps is Retiring | Switch to PowerApps Now

As the retirement of Access Web Apps (AWA) nears, now is the perfect time to switch to using PowerApps. AWA offers a simple export method for converting your data to SharePoint lists, and following the few steps below, you’ll be able to get a PowerApp running on that data in minutes.   Export Your Data […]

Office 365 Multi-Geo, Single Tenant for International Clients

I was thinking about some of the features of Office 365 that would benefit our larger customers and saw an email from a colleague about Microsoft’s Ignite session on Multi-Geo. Microsoft has been hard at work for the past few years to build out functionality in Office 365 to support regional data at rest service […]

Skype Online – Is Microsoft Teams the Future?

It has been speculated that some type of change or re-brand of Skype for Business might be happening due to the overlapping feature set of Teams along with the upcoming Ignite session names. Today’s “glitch” only seemed to add speculation to this. In a blog post by Mary Jo Foley over at zdnet.com, she shows […]

How to Embed a PowerApp into SharePoint

11/27/17 UPDATE: The PowerApps team has finally rolled out the ability to update a lists default form with PowerApps. Though this post focuses on embedding in general, check out the walk through I did on how to customize the list form here Since PowerApps has gone into General Availability six months ago, I’ve been patiently waiting to hear […]

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