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Webinar: Content Strategy and a Personalized Digital Experience

As a marketer, the focus on engagement and shift to a more connected, digital experience is incredibly interesting to me. Not long ago, the online experience was fairly simple – you had a website, and you pointed your customers to that site. Your static content was adequate at the time. Fast forward to 2014… what […]

Guide: Digital Engagement Trends Marketers Must Consider in 2014

January came and went rather quickly, and as marketers, that means we have less than 11 months left to accomplish what we’ve set out to do in 2014. Are you on the right track? In an effort to forecast the 2014 business landscape, Mark Gehman, Director of Perficient’s Sitecore practice, prepared a guide that emphasizes […]

Content by Search Now Available in Office 365 SharePoint Online!

Intranets in SharePoint Online just got a lot more powerful. Hot off the presses from the SharePoint Blog, the Content (by) Search Web Part is now available in Office 365 SharePoint Online. This is a major announcement for those looking to do intranets on SP Online, because this web part allows you to easily deliver […]

Case Study: Marshfield Clinic Launches Website on SharePoint 2013

Perficient recently worked with Marshfield Clinic to implement SharePoint 2013 as the engine for its new website. The Marshfield Clinic system is the largest private group medical practice in Wisconsin and one of the largest in the United States, long known for its clinical excellence, programs in research and education, and involvement in the community it serves. […]

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 […]

MarshfieldClinic.Org: Beautiful, Fully Responsive SharePoint 2013

Want to see just how beautiful a SharePoint 2013 website can look? Want to see such a beautiful website that’s functional too? If you’re like me, your answers are “yes” and “yes”, so I’d strongly suggest you surf on over to on your PC, Mac, phone or tablet.  For a real kick, try it […]

SharePoint 2013 Web Content Management: Webinar Recap & Replay

Last week, we hosted a webinar on SharePoint 2013’s web content management capabilities, “Manage Your Web Content with SharePoint 2013 Mobility and Search.” Speaker Travis Nielsen divided the presentation into three topics: Design, Publish, and Engage. He quickly dove into designer and developer enablement in SharePoint 2013, followed by a demonstration. From there, Travis gave […]

The Yeoman’s Guide to SP2013 Internet/Extranet Licensing: Part 2

(This article is the second in a two-part series.  For Part 1, please click here.) If I were a decision maker or purchasing manager in an enterprise IT department, this is how I’d like to view SharePoint CALs (CAL is shorthand for Client Access License in the Redmond Universe): a “solution first” approach that tells […]

The Yeoman’s Guide to SP2013 Internet/Extranet Licensing: Part 1

What was that law about an object at rest?  Well, when my own mind is at rest– that is, when I’m not consumed with doting on my kids, digging up obscure music, or reveling in the resurgence of Notre Dame football– my mind tends to wander to SharePoint.  In the wake of the phenomenal and […]

SharePoint 2013 Social: Around the Web

In the last few months, we’ve spent a lot of time on this blog discussing social intranets, SharePoint social business concepts and solutions, and web content management in SharePoint 2013. Given the interest in these topics, I thought I’d point our more SharePoint-admin-inclined readers to some similar content elsewhere that provides a fairly concise summary […]

Search Engine Optimization for SharePoint 2013 Sites (Part I)

SharePoint 2013 introduces several new WCM capabilities and one of the addition is native support for SEO(Search Engine Optimization). In absence of any native support for SEO in earlier versions, developer community relied on custom solutions. However with out-of-box SEO capabilities in SharePoint 2013, now you can Configure Canonical URLs Verify site ownership with web […]

Design Manager in SharePoint 2013: Easier Layouts and Master Pages

In all the previous releases, creating master pages and layouts was definitely not easy for a designer considering the technical aspects of it. The designers would have to understand SharePoint and what components are mandatory on the master page and how they render to make their designs come alive. In SharePoint 2013, there is a […]

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