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Posts Tagged ‘#SP2010’

Tales from a SharePoint 2010 Migration to 2013 – Part II

If you read my previous post on Tales from a SharePoint 2010 Migration to 2013, I described a client migration and some of our lessons learned.  At Perficient, we do many SharePoint migrations and we have learned a lot along the way.  Here is a challenge we faced when migrating lists from 2010 to 2013.  […]

Tales from a SharePoint 2010 Migration to 2013

I am sure we all have our stories highlighting our experiences upgrading from SharePoint 2010 to 2013.  I have some lessons learned that might be helpful to note when upgrading to SharePoint 2013 and reorganizing the site structure. First, here is the scenario: We were upgrading a fairly large (approx 150GB) single content database farm […]

SharePoint 2013 – Is Access 2013 the New InfoPath?

If you were at the SharePoint conference this year in Las Vegas, you probably saw the InfoPath Funeral procession through the vendor pavilion.  If not here is a clip:   We have known for quite some time Microsoft isn’t putting a large effort into InfoPath and in fact “… InfoPath 2013 is the last release […]

Making Your Extranet Social: #SocBiz Webinar with NewsGator

Social Business is a hot topic currently.  Perficient’s Matt Morse and NewsGator’s Brian Kellner discuss how to “Improve Client Relationships by Making Your Extranet Social” during this one hour on-demand webinar showing customers how to get the most value out of their SharePoint investment.  The Perficient team was recently honored to receive NewsGator’s Partner of […]

SharePoint Migration with Perficient & AvePoint

The Perficient & AvePoint teams recently partnered to co-present SharePoint Migration seminars in Philadelphia and Chicago.  The teams took clients through the journey of taking SharePoint from a departmental point solution to leveraging their investment in SharePoint and using it as an enterprise platform.  Perficient and AvePoint covered everything from Governance & Taxonomy considerations to technical […]