First the Credit Crunch; now the Cruel Cuts. What are you going to do, or perhaps are already doing, in response? Spend less? Do less? Sit tight where you are and batten down the hatches? If you do that whilst everyone else goes on behaving as they used to, you will be fine. You will save and prosper. But what if everyone else around you does that as well? You will have no market for your services. If we all retrench at once we will embark on a nasty vicious circle into poverty. Read the rest of this entry »
This may sound like a sales pitch, but time is of the essence for users of Project Server 2003 considering the upgrade path to Project Server 2010, and here are the reasons why: Read the rest of this entry »
Apologies for the convoluted title of this article, the good news is that the concepts are a lot more digestible than the title!
In my previous article I outlined some of the benefits to be derived from using “out of the box” SharePoint workspaces with Project Server. In this article I will explore the potential of SharePoint workspaces to deliver even more value to mature project management processes. Read the rest of this entry »
When Project Server was first launched back in 2002 the SharePoint site functionality was a nice feature but not overly compelling. With the advent of Project Server 2007 the relationship between Project Server and SharePoint changed significantly. I have seen it mentioned that in 2002 the two were dating, in 2007 they were living together and with the 2010 version they are married. Read the rest of this entry »
We are pleased to announce our next joint seminars with Microsoft titled “Drive down project costs with EPM and Sharepoint“. These half day seminars take place on a regular basis and are co-hosted by Microsoft, they take place at Microsoft, 100 Victoria Street, London. The events provides a perfect opportunity to listen to both our Enterprise Project Management (EPM) and Microsoft Office Project Server experts to understand more about how the solution works and how Microsoft Office Project Server can help drive down project costs. Read the rest of this entry »