Webinar: Project Server 2003 to 2007 Migration – Now is the Time

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Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is not in the PMI® system. However, it is eligible for self-directed learning PMI® PDU credit.

Event Description:

Microsoft Project Server 2010 has just been revealed, but you are still on the 2003 version…  Do you wait for this new version or should you move to Project Server 2007 now?

This session provides you with critical factors important to making that decision and highlights key details of what it takes to migrate to the 2007 release.

Project Server 2007 can function very similar to 2003, but you need to be aware of the significant changes that come with this upgrade.  It is important to understand the system differences and to take advantage of the new features, rather than simply migrating and assuming everything will work just as it used to.  This session will go through the process, support, and decisions you need to make to be successful with your migration to Project Server 2007.


Speaker:  Larry Christofaro, PMP, MCITP

Larry Christofaro is a senior consultant for Digineer, with over 15 years of project management experience.  Larry has combined his strengths in EPM architecture and project management to successfully manage EPM and Microsoft Project deployments for clients ranging from 50 – 2000 users.  As the primary trainer for Digineer, Larry developed the best practice standards and client training materials for Microsoft Project 2007 and Microsoft Project Server 2007.  Larry is a Microsoft Certified IT Professional and a Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist for Microsoft Project and Project Server.


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Written by Larry Christofaro
Larry Christofaro is the president and Executive Consultant with EPM Solution Partners, with over 20 years of project management experience. He combines strengths in EPM architecture and project management to successfully manage Microsoft Project and Project Server/Online engagements ranging from 50-2000+ users that deliver winning solutions for his clients.  He has been on the Microsoft certification alpha review teams for the last two version of Project and Project Server, and is a Technology Solution Professional supporting Microsoft’s sales efforts across the US. You can contact Larry at lchristofaro@epmsolutionpartners.com
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