By Baz Khinda, Commercial Director – Wellingtone I’ll start as I often do by referencing Star Wars. Today I want you to cast your mind back to the first Death Star that was featured on ‘A New Hope’. It was described as “an armoured space station with enough power to destroy an entire planet”, you […]
We had a great time at PMI Synergy yesterday (13th November 2014) at Central Hall, Westminster (London) and representing us from the company was PPM Client Services & Implementation Lead (Director), Baz Khinda and our Marketing Executive, Hannah Francis. It was the first time we had exhibited at PMI Synergy, currently in it’s fourth year, with the […]
Do you want to deploy Project fast without giving up control? For a limited time Enterprise Agreement and Enterprise Subscription customers can purchase Project Pro for Office 365 for the price of Software Assurance! This offer is available between September 1st 2014 – March 31st 2015. [ribbon_new header=”h3″ style=”light”]What is Microsoft Project Pro for Office 365?[/ribbon_new] […]
The security model in Project Server can take a while to fully appreciate, the interplay of groups, categories and security templates is a fairly complex concept and can sometimes throw up unexpected anomalies. Our advice when managing and designing security protocols is to keep things as simple as possible and avoid users belonging to too […]
My name is Dominic Moss and I am part of the Project Server Team at Wellingtone. I have been assisting customers with the use of Microsoft Project and Project Server through consultancy and training delivery for the past 18 years. In addition to computer based tools training I have also helped a lot of customers […]
My apologies for the somewhat contorted title for this blog article, I tried to think of other ways to describe this concept but this was the best I could come up with for now. If anyone would like to suggest an alternative title once they have read this blog feel free to make a suggestion […]
In my last blog article I covered the concept of Matrix Management and how it can be accommodated and supported in Project Server, the article was compiled as a result of a request from a customer on one of the training courses I was running. I am forever learning about Microsoft Project and Project Server […]
Some of you may have noticed I like to make the odd “Cultural Reference” in my blog articles. When running training courses I sometimes make reference to some features only running to 10 not 11 which gets a laugh from those of a certain age. Have you got this blogs cultural reference* yet?
I was working with a customer recently and as is usually the case I got to finding out where they lived and what sort of a commute they had to endure. I then referred to this information later on to illustrate how projects are different to business as usual – most people don’t have a […]
If you think education is expensive count the cost of ignorance, blunt but to the point. If you have invested in a powerful scheduling tool like Microsoft Project it makes sense to learn how to use it to full advantage.