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Guest Post: Extend Business Processes to the Cloud with Nintex

Note: Today’s blog post comes from Vadim Tabakman, Technical Evangelist for Nintex with over 8 years of experience in SharePoint and Nintex technologies. He understands how SharePoint, business process automation and forms can join forces successfully in numerous industries and business scenarios to drive business adoption and succeed in SharePoint projects. Vadim brings an excellent […]

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Pros and Cons of Cross Site Publishing

Confused when to use cross site publishing? When does it bring you the most value? Or how does it fit in your content strategy and information architecture? Cross site publishing has been around since the launch of SharePoint 2013. I’ve seen various implementations and variations of it over the years but never surprised when I […]

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Developing for Office 365 and SharePoint

Recently I participated in a Microsoft developer discussion on the Yammer Network where some great ideas were shared. I am re posting a summary of the session posted in that group here for everyone’s benefit ——————————– Overview: Microsoft responses to questions are provided by Chris Johnson, Sonya Koptyev, Jeremy Thake, Dorrene Brown, Mauricio Ordonez, Brian Jones, Ricky Kirkham, Christophe Fiessinger, […]

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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.  […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Webinar: Using Yammer & SharePoint to Drive Employee Engagement

With the recent acquisition of Yammer, Microsoft is is now able to truly support social collaboration within the enterprise. Are you ready to take advantage of this? As mentioned in our webinar with Forrester last week, just because you’ve built it, doesn’t necessarily mean that they will come (Field of Dreams, anyone?). A successful social […]

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Perficient & Guest Forrester Talk SharePoint, Yammer and Mobile

The roles of CMOs and CIOs are changing. What was once easy to define – CMOs focused on the brand and sales, CIOs on IT – the line between the two has become increasingly blurred. Why? Well, for starters, a CMO’s role now encompasses social media and digital marketing channels. This includes enabling collaboration and communication […]

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Congrats to Marshfield Clinic on their Healthcare WebAward!

The Marshfield Clinic team is in the winners circle once again!  In April,  Marshfield Clinic’s website was named Site of the Month for March by TopSharePoint.com and now the Perficient & Marshfield teams have been recognized by the Web Marketing Association for Outstanding Achievement in Web Development! The Web Marketing Association‘s annual WebAward competition has […]

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SharePoint 2013, Responsive Design & Mobility Webinar Replay

On Wednesday we hosted a webinar that highlighted how you can use responsive design to better engage your mobile audience. Rich Wood, Director of Perficient’s Microsoft web and social collaboration practice shared why using responsive design is an excellent solution to address the explosion of  mobile devices that differ tremendously, from screen size to functionality […]

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Upcoming Webinar: SharePoint 2013, Responsive Design & Mobility

In the past few years, the mobile market has grown significantly, and the use of mobile devices to access the Internet has skyrocketed. Research shows that by 2015, mobile device usage will surpass that of desktop computers being used to surf the web. Of course, when it comes to web design, coping with these rapid […]

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SharePoint 2013 Search & Social: Webinar Recap & Replay

Yesterday, we hosted a SharePoint 2013 webinar that covered the new search and social features. Will Tseng, a senior technical consultant within Perficient’s SharePoint practice, and Rich Wood, director of Perficient’s national SharePoint practice, teamed up to talk about two of their favorite topics. In the first half of the webinar, Will discussed key components of designing […]

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Migrating to SharePoint 2013: Webinar Recap & Replay

On Thursday, we hosted a webinar around migrating to SharePoint 2013, which walked through the general guidelines and common pitfalls to avoid so that the transition will be successful. With the arrival of SharePoint 2013, many organizations are preparing to make the move to the new version, but may not be sure how to properly […]

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Webinar: SharePoint 2013 Search & Social – What to Know!

It is clear by now that SharePoint 2013 offers up some big changes, particularly around search and social functionality. For starters, Fast Search is now part of SharePoint in the new release. This means that SharePoint 2013 can easily index content from a wide variety of different sources. By taking the Fast solution and combining […]

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Webinar: What to Know Before Upgrading to SharePoint 2013

Are you looking to learn the steps to a successful SharePoint 2013 migration? Ready to join the SharePoint 2013 revolution but not sure how to prepare and plan for it?  Or, in the middle of a migration that is falling behind schedule? With the arrival of SharePoint 2013, many organizations are preparing to make the […]

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Congrats to Marshfield Clinic on TopSharePoint.com Top Site Win!

I’m excited to share that Perficient client Marshfield Clinic has won top site on TopSharePoint.com  for the month of March!  TopSharePoint.com is a site that showcases the best examples of SharePoint design globally, featuring top quality, creative and unique SharePoint-based websites from around the world. They carefully select SharePoint websites based on their usability, design, […]

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SP2013 Search: Workaround for People Result Sorting

So I was getting some unexpected behavior (as in just not working!) when I tried to apply sorting to people search from the peopleresults.aspx page through the query builder. I hadn’t had any issues sorting on my other result sources but people results were proving to be stubborn. To reproduce, try going to your People […]

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AvePoint’s @JThake on SharePoint and Yammer for Social Business

In honor of our upcoming SharePoint as a Social Social Business Platform webinar with Forrester’s Rob Koplowitz and our own Rich Wood, we’ll be hearing from some Social Business Thought Leaders from the SharePoint Community over the coming weeks.  First up is AvePoint’s Jeremy Thake. In addition to being a Microsoft MVP and AvePoint’s  Chief […]

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SP2013 Search–Content Type Managed Property in Queries

Not the right effect? Very short and sweet this time, hopefully will help those who happen on this page for this common issue. In the Query Builder, you can create a query using using fields or managed properties. A common field that users will use for creating a fielded search is Content Type. However, as […]

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InfoPath and SharePoint 2013 – Upgrading your forms…

Author: Suzanne George, Senior Technical Architect, Perficient If you are looking to upgrade your SharePoint 2010 site to SharePoint 2013, you may be wondering how to deal with your existing InfoPath developed forms.  After much Bing searching, there just isn’t a lot out there to help you — even from Microsoft.  Recently, I was given […]

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