A look back at 2010

With the year coming to an end, I want to thank everyone for their support & wish everyone a very happy new year! 2010 was a busy & exciting year for Microsoft! As I mentioned in a previous post, we saw some great exciting technology on the consumer and the enterprise side: Kinect, Office 2010…

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MPUG Interview at the PMI Global Congress

At the PMI Global Congress, Melanie Cosklo (President of MPUG) interviewed me right on the show floor! She asked some great questions albeit in a very crowded, noisy area – check it out! The one thing I couldn’t do was show Project 2010 in the video – so if you’re interested in seeing the latest…

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Project Momentum–here we come!

My team and I, along with our engineering partners, are excited to be heading out for Project Momentum EMEA from November 16-18 in Barcelona! It gives us an opportunity to connect with our customers and partners in EMEA. Some of the key highlights (taken from this blog post on the Project team blog) include: Obtain…

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Microsoft Consumer Innovation

I recently came across an article on CNN Money titled “Microsoft is a dying consumer brand”. There are people out there that aren’t fans of Microsoft but what’s interesting about this article is that it was written days before Kinect and Windows Phone 7 general availability. And yes, of course I’m a little biased, but…

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Enabling Better Collaborative Project Management with Office 365 and Project Professional 2010

[Cross-posted @ http://blogs.msdn.com/b/project/archive/2010/10/19/enabling-better-collaborative-project-management-with-office-365-and-project-professional-2010.aspx] Today, Kurt DelBene announced Office 365, which we believe will define the future of productivity. Office 365 is a new cloud service that brings enterprise-grade productivity to everyone. This is an important announcement for the industry and Microsoft. I encourage you to watch today’s global press conference about Office 365 on the…

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A Great Week at the PMI Global Congress

I just got back from the PMI Global Congress in Washington DC. It was a really great conference for our team where we had an opportunity to connect with a lot of Microsoft Project customers and partners! It’s always great being able to talk to customers, learn about their experiences and show them the new…

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Microsoft Project at PMI Global Congress

I, along with a few folks from my team, will be at the PMI Global Congress in DC where we’ll have an opportunity to connect with customers, partners and the larger Project Management community! We’re one of the key sponsors for the event and we’re excited to be there! Definitely stop by our booth to…

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Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) with Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010 and Project Server 2010

Microsoft Project 2010 delivers a range of solutions for individuals, teams and organizations to manage work through Project 2010 client & server investments. And while there are a lot of scenarios it addresses, I wanted to point out one scenario that has come up a lot in our conversations with our customers & partners: Application…

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Microsoft Project 2010 and SharePoint Foundation 2010

Microsoft Project Professional (Pro) 2010 has a lot of rich features that make it a great upgrade from previous versions. If you’re a Project 2007 or 2003 user or someone who has never used Project but uses SharePoint, Project 2010 has some great gems that I recommend trying out. I wanted to share my own…

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Hello Microsoft Project World!

With the launch of SharePoint 2010 and the end of Microsoft’s Fiscal Year 2010, I was ready to look for my next big challenge! I’ve been on the SharePoint team leading Technical Product Management for many years, and it has been a phenomenal experience! I joined the SharePoint team in 2003 and since then have…

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