Posts Tagged ‘outlook’

Send Emails to a Teams Channel – One Tip You Can’t Live Without

Since Microsoft Teams utilizes multiple services within Office 365 (i.e. Office 365 groups, Exchange, SharePoint and OneDrive), it can often incorporate a lot of the functionality from those services that you might not have thought possible. Microsoft Teams is all about productivity and teamwork, so after learning today’s Teams tip, you’ll find that it’s something […]

HyperIntelligence at the Disney Data & Analytics Conference

The Disney Data & Analytics Conference at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is being held in Orlando, Florida August 20-21, 2019.  This conference introduces attendees to the tools and training needed to integrate advanced decision-making techniques into business processes that center on the experience of customers, clients, and guests. One such tool that you’ll find at […]

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Lightning Flow, Data Security, Summer ’18 Enhancements & More

Top Salesforce Updates You Need to Know Einstein, Lightning & More: What’s New in Salesforce Sales Cloud in Summer ’18 Top 5 Jaw-Dropping Salesforce Communities Summer ’18 Enhancements Why is Data Security Important to Me? Running an Integrated ABM Campaign in 5 Steps Connecting to Salesforce in Outlook Perficient’s Award-Winning Partnership with Salesforce What Organizations […]

Top 5 Pharma & Medical Device Blog Posts From March 2018

Now that April is here, I thought it would be neat to look back at what our readers found most interesting last month. Below are the top five blog posts Perficient’s life sciences practice wrote in March – they’re ranked in order of popularity, with number one being the most viewed piece. Collaboration In Pharma Is Surging […]

Where is My Teams Meeting Add-in for Outlook?

So you’ve installed the Teams desktop app and you’re ready to start scheduling Teams meetings in Outlook. One problem…there is no option to make it a Teams Meeting. Well you’re not alone, because apparently this has been an issue among many Teams users. As luck would have it, there are quick fixes if you run […]

Top 5 Pharma & Medical Device Blog Posts From January 2018

Now that February is here, I thought it would be neat to look back at what our readers found most interesting last month. Below are the top five blog posts Perficient’s life sciences practice wrote in January – they’re ranked in order of popularity, with number one being the most viewed piece. [Guide] 2018 Pharmaceutical And Medical […]

Office 365 – Four New Outlook Features On The Office 365 Roadmap

Office 365 – Better Ways to Schedule Meetings w/ External Parties

When it come to scheduling meetings with external parties, it seems like we fail to leverage technology more times than not. While there are several options available to make scheduling meetings easier, we almost always fail back to the default “what times work for you” conversations. This is everyone, I see it with clients, with […]

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Office 365 – Getting Closer To “True” Single Sign-On For Outlook

One of the Office 365 concepts that gets glossed over a bit is “single sign-on”, in particular when it comes to Outlook. Many will provide the statement that if you implement AD FS, then you have single sign-on. While it is true that AD FS provides single sign-on for some workloads, I’ve often argued that […]

Introducing Microsoft Invite – A New App for Organizing Meetings

Have you ever tried to schedule a meeting from your iPhone? Have you ever tried to look at a colleagues calendar to get their availability from your iPhone? If so, you’ll know that these tasks are basically impossible using the default apps. Introducing Microsoft Invite! You suggest times that work for you, and then invite attendees. […]

Browser Extensions for Emailing

There has been an influx of advertised browser extensions that enhance your email. With names such as ”Boomerang”, “WhoReadMe”, “RightInbox”, and others; these extensions are offering handy features. You are enabled capabilities such as knowing when your email has been read, delaying when emails are sent, or setting reminders. Forbes Tech recently said a bit […]

Office 365 – Can OWA Be A Replacement For Outlook?

I’ve had a few clients recently that have asked about using OWA instead of Outlook as their primary mail client. It’s a valid question given that users are very familiar with web-based email and likely use a similar interface with their personal email. If OWA meets all of your users’ needs, using OWA can help […]

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