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Erin Draheim

Girls Got Game – Women in Technology
Monday, March 30, 2015
By: Erin Draheim  
We know women have been rocking the hardwoods since their NCAA tournament debut in 1982.  Women earning computer science degrees peaked in the 80's as well but hasn't "rebounded" since.  What can we do to help grow, attract, and retain women in technology?

Tim Morrow

Making Halftime Adjustments
Friday, March 27, 2015
By: Tim Morrow  
Skyline has created a short 15-minute survey that will allow you to quickly access your organization’s current strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats with your existing business performance. The survey is designed to highlight the key areas that when addressed can add significant value to your organization’s business processes and strengthen your business analysis practice.

CIE Team

16 Sweet Reasons to Move to Office 365
Thursday, March 26, 2015
By: CIE Team  
"What is it?” and “Why should I use it?”.  Today, despite our heightened awareness of virtual computing and subscription service offerings, those 2 very simple yet very important questions continue to get asked.  With the excitement of “March Madness” upon us, let’s take a look at some of the compelling reasons organizations have to adopt a cloud solution for their business and move to Office 365.

Nate Bauer

3 Point Conversion Rate Optimization
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
By: Nate Bauer  
Conversion Rate Optimization can get pretty convoluted. Focus on these three pointers to keep your CRO playbook driving conversions.

Jonathan Schultz

The Starting Lineup - SharePoint Team Structure
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
By: Jonathan Schultz  
A SharePoint team requires multiple people to be successful. In this blog I discuss how a SharePoint Administrator, SharePoint Developer and SharePoint Analyst work together as a specialized yet flexible team to help an organization.

Carl Schweitzer

Windows 10 and the Browser Confusion
Monday, March 23, 2015
By: Carl Schweitzer  
Recently Microsoft announced that it will be replacing Internet Explorer with a new browser

Scott Hietpas

Nothing but NET: Using MDX Calculated Member to determine Net Premium
Monday, March 23, 2015
By: Scott Hietpas  
When working with Net Premium in MDX, using a Calculated Member may provide greater functionality in some cases than defining separate Calculated Measures; especially when needing to be applied to multiple Fact measures.

Joe Watermolen

Brackets as Inverted Agile Epics
Friday, March 20, 2015
By: Joe Watermolen  
Although I am not a sports fan who participates in all of the March Madness, it strikes me that the brackets and elimination process resemble an agile/scrum approach to Epic decomposition into user stories. Read on to see how they are similar, and what a simple agile/scrum approach might be to a complex problem

Karen Miller

Make Your Project Implementation a Slam Dunk
Thursday, March 19, 2015
By: Karen Miller  
Transition requirements are a key factor in ensuring a successful implementation of a project.  Analyzing these requirements will help a project team identify how the stakeholders are impacted in three major ways:  1. modifications to data, 2. adjustments in ongoing work processes, and 3. the impact of organizational changes.  Having a plan to deal with these factors will facilitate a smooth transition to the developed solution.

Michael Fazio

Bracket Buster – Picking a Random Bracket (with some help from Android’s AsyncTasks)
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
By: Michael Fazio  
Need a tournament bracket? Don’t know which team to pick? How about going with a random bracket? We’re going to look at an Android app that can give you a bracket with some help from Android’s AsyncTask class.

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