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Chrissy Ficks

Skyline Givecamp 2015
Thursday, April 23, 2015
By: Chrissy Ficks  

Here's a behind the scenes look at our Give Camp from earlier this month!

Eric Hyland

Qlikview Dimension Suppress When Value Is Null does not work with Pivot tables
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
By: Eric Hyland  

Within Qlikview it’s simple to create table based data presentations. This blog will explain how "Suppress When Value Is Null" does not work with Pivot tables.  Read on to see how it is really your Expression that is the culprit.

Melanie Shefchik

Creating a custom subscription center in Salesforce Marketing Cloud
Monday, April 13, 2015
By: Melanie Shefchik  
This blog covers the high level steps to creating a custom subscription center within the Salesforce Marketing Cloud. I review the data model options provided which ultimately lead you to an out of the box subscription center or a custom subscription center.

Ben Hlaban

Where Are Those Handy Out-of-the-Box TFS Excel Reports?
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
By: Ben Hlaban  
As Team Web Access capabilities continue to improve with each new version of Team Foundation Server (TFS), the reasons for recommending/installing the SharePoint integration seem to diminish. However, those handy out-of-the-box Excel reports are only available through the Team Project Portal - Drat!! Where are those darn things?

Mitch Weckop

IT United Insight
Thursday, April 2, 2015
By: Mitch Weckop  

Highlights from a busy morning at IT United. Thoughts on leadership, growing talent, and recognizing the shift that is underway!

Mike Lauer

Using Past Performance to Predict Future Success with Scrum
Thursday, April 2, 2015
By: Mike Lauer   
Don’t get hung up on the accuracy of individual task estimates. Rely on the agile process and leverage your past performance as a team to help forecast your future delivery.

CIE Team

The “Final 4” Reasons to Move to Office 365
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
By: CIE Team  
Like the teams who have fought for the right to represent in the Final 4, Microsoft has, and continues to, deliver outstanding performance and commitment to excellence when it comes to providing the most innovative and secure service offerings in the game. So now that the teams are set, and there’s no doubt we still have lots of ‘edge-of-your-seat’, exciting basketball games ahead of us – let’s take a closer look at 4 of the most important reasons Office 365 can be your “MVP” (Most Valuable Platform)!

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.

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