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Adopt Project Server 2013

Top 5 Reasons to Adopt Project Server 2013

Welcome to the year of the cloud! For the first time, Microsoft is releasing its most powerful Project and Portfolio Management system in two variations. Microsoft Project Online is now available as a...

Webinar: Project Server and Cloud Implementation

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle. Event Description: The New Project ...

Grouping Projects by Month in Project Server 2010

Grouping projects by their month of finish Microsoft Project Server offers users many different views to resume projects in the Project Center area. Each one of these views is dedicated to organize th...

Microsoft Project 2013 Step by Step

How To Come Up with Accurate Task Durations

The following in an excerpt from chapter 4 of Microsoft Project 2013 Step by Step by Carl Chatfield, PMP and Timothy Johnson, MCTS. Download full versions of chapter 4 and 9.   You should conside...

Tracking Non-Project Work Using Microsoft Project and Project Server

Introduction Many clients have asked us how to best track their non-project work leveraging Microsoft Project and Project Server. Non-project work can be any type of sustaining work that isn’t planned...

Apps for Project 2013 and Project Server 2013

Just a few months ago, Microsoft officially launched Office 2013 and with it Apps for Office.  These Apps represent a very exciting new era for Microsoft and its partners. What is Apps for Office Apps...

Resetting the Color on the Project Server 2013 Timeline

Project Server 2013 (hereon in known as PS2013) introduces the timeline to the web, which is a great feature – so thank you, Microsoft, for that. Here’s a screen shot of the timeline displayed in Proj...

Project Server 2013: Project Sites, Alternate Access Mapping and Themes

This article first came about following an issue spotted by one of our MVP’s, Hans Hoet of Ordina, Belgium.  There are a couple of issues that are worth being aware of relating to the automatic provis...

Project Server 2013: Shock, Horror and Awe

This article was orginally published in MSProjectExperts’ blog. Reproduction of content on this site is strictly prohibited without the express permission of MSProjectExperts. Copyright (c) 2012...