Project Server 2010 is nearing launch (expected May 2010), it’s time to start thinking about licensing! At present when deploying Project Server 2003 and 2007 as a prerequisite you must have Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) installed (even if you don’t it’s installed at the same time as Project Server). Things are different with Project Server 2010, you MUST […]
Whilst the official launch date for this latest version of the Microsoft Project solution has yet to be announced it is getting ever closer. Its launch will coincide with the launch of new versions of Office and SharePoint and as such represents a major release of the world’s best selling project scheduling tool.
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:
SharePoint workspaces provide you with the opportunity to track Issues and Risks throughout the project lifecycle. My last article covered the Risks feature and elicited some interesting responses from readers; I have certainly been given a few ideas as to how to extend the capabilities and benefits of this feature as a result, more in […]
In my last article I wrote about custom SharePoint Workspaces and mentioned issues and risk lists and how you can customise their category values and how these bits of “meta data” can then be used in Data Analysis views using OLAP Cube data.
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 […]
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 […]
Microsoft officially unveiled the next version of the world’s best selling project scheduling tool at the Microsoft Project conference in Phoenix Arizona on 16th September 2009. The great news is that it has gotten a whole lot better.
There is a saying that time is money and never is this more apposite than when considering the impact of delay in a project.
For much of the public sector, the NHS included, project management is only an emerging discipline- despite the size and scope of many development projects. As Nick Saalfeld finds out, there is a skills gap in the project management discipline, but plenty of training on offer in order to bridge the divide.
This year’s Microsoft Project conference will exclusively reveal the powerful capabilities built-in to Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solutions whilst also presenting real world examples of how Microsoft Project 2007 and Microsoft EPM Solutions are helping customers to save money, increase efficiency and prepare for future growth with Project and Portfolio Management.
Project Server 2007 represents a significant change to Project Server 2003 and provides many improvements, both in terms of server performance and usability. Equally Microsoft Project Professional 2007 introduces a number of much anticipated improvements over earlier versions of the desktop application, including multi level undo and task highlighting (shows which tasks have been impacted […]