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What’s New in Email Marketing in Kentico 11
Melanie Lenaghan Melanie Lenaghan  |  
Dec 14, 2017
On Monday, December 11, Kentico released version 11. I was lucky enough to attend the Kentico Roadshow back in October where Bryan Soltis from Kentico gave a very thorough update on email marketing. I also caught two of Kentico’s webinars this week where I was able to learn even more on the new...
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Is Santa Claus Secretly a Business Analyst!?
Kurt Wondra Kurt Wondra  |  
Dec 12, 2017
We’ve all heard the lyrics of the song hundreds of times: “He’s making a list, and checking it twice; gonna find out who’s naughty and nice. Santa Claus is coming to town…”  Just recently, however, I listened to these words with a brand-new context and was left asking myself one question, "Wait...
Moving from InfoPath to PowerApps? Answers to Common Questions on Making the Switch
Brad Beran Brad Beran  |  
Dec 05, 2017
SharePoint discussion forms have always been difficult. After Microsoft announced that InfoPath wouldn’t be supported after 2026, many professionals looked for a replacement to their InfoPath Forms. But when Microsoft announced PowerApps as the InfoPath replacement in mid-2016, the InfoPath...
11 Promises Effective Leaders Should Make and Keep
Bob Schommer Bob Schommer  |  
Nov 30, 2017
The original title of this article was going to be, “An Agile Leader’s Promise”, since all the commitments that follow are important to the success of agile teams. However, it soon became apparent to me that these pledges are important for every leader, whether they work for organizations that...
How to Poll Organizations in O365 to Find a Time on the Calendar
Dan Hoffmann Dan Hoffmann  |  
Nov 28, 2017
How much time do you waste trying to arrange meetings with people whose calendar is blocked or are outside your organization? Exactly - way too much, and the emails just clog your inbox. #FRUSTRATING Now you can avoid wasting time and provide a better experience to those you are trying to meet...
How Are You Managing Increasing Complexity In Your Work?
Lucas Smith Lucas Smith  |  
Nov 21, 2017
I often pose this question to my students: “Do you think things are getting more or less complex?”  I ask this question specifically about the work they are being asked to do at their jobs, and I have yet to have anyone answer they think things are getting less complex. The reality is we are...
Is SharePoint a 4-Letter Word?
Sarah Buruin Sarah Buruin  |  
Nov 16, 2017
I have a 3-year-old daughter at home, so I am careful with my words but, of course, "SharePoint" is not one I need to watch out for at home. However, some of the clients I work with would rather not hear it and certainly will not let their end users hear it. Instead, they use the SharePoint...
Power BI & Excel - Options for Data Sharing and Publishing
Kathy Shields Kathy Shields  |  
Nov 14, 2017
If you’re a Power BI user or support those who are, you know Microsoft continues to add features for data sharing and report publishing between Excel and Power BI. Many Power BI users are also strong Excel users, relying on it for complex analysis and reporting on data.  There are times when one...
Kentico Roadshow Chicago – Recap and Takeaways
Daniel Maley Daniel Maley  |  
Nov 09, 2017
As a member of the Skyline Web & CMS team, I recently had the privilege of attending the Kentico Roadshow in Chicago. I wanted to outline some of the major highlights of the event, and share my opinion on the future of the Kentico platform. First, I need to share a picture of our view from the...
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How to Quickly Detect Tabular Referential Integrity Issues
Cory Cundy Cory Cundy  |  
Nov 07, 2017
Often when we think about referential integrity (RI) we think of relational databases or data warehouses. While we should have referential integrity constraints in those systems, it may not always be implemented for various reasons. When building a tabular model, we should also be concerned about...
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