Cell Phone Trends in Asia

I had a unique opportunity to spend 6 weeks in Asia – specifically in India, Cambodia and Thailand from early November to late December. And while this was a personal trip, I observed technology trends that were quite different from the US. Here are a few that I noticed: – WiFi is not ubiquitous. Unlike…

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Project Conference 2012 – Register now!

The Project Conference 2012 is less than 4 months away! It’s an opportunity to see the Microsoft Project team and share ideas & experiences with the greater Microsoft Project community. This conference is ideal for Business owners, Project Managers, partners, developers and IT Managers – check out the tracks at http://msprojectconference.com/pages/tracks.aspx. You can also register…

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My Netbook, OneNote and Phone

Over the next few weeks, I’m traveling around the world spending time with friends and family. I plan to stay unplugged from work the entire time. But unplugged from work doesn’t mean unplugged from technology. 🙂 Here’s how I’m balancing the art of staying unplugged from work and still remaining connected for surfing, email, photos…

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Using Microsoft Project 2010 to Plan My Trip

I’m taking a sabbatical from October 7th to January 2nd. It’s an award I was given at my 10 year Microsoft anniversary. It’s an opportunity to unplug, relax and come back recharged for 2012 – specifically Project Conference 2012 in March! There’s never a great time to take time off, but this window turns out…

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Project 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Training

With Project 2010 and SharePoint 2010 deployment on the rise, it’s important to think about end user adoption and education. End user training is important to improve business processes and get value out of your software. As Dux often says when people blame the tool, “the tool isn’t the problem”. Project 2010. When it comes…

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Transforming your Enterprise Business

One of the best parts of my job is the opportunity I have to talk with our partners. The Microsoft Project partner ecosystem is dedicated, vast and highly skilled! They provide a great deal of insight on deployment, adoption and overall feedback which is important to us for business and product planning. With many of…

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Worldwide Partner Conference

It’s always exciting to have an opportunity to spend time with partners. It’s been a little more than one year since we launched Project 2010, and I’m looking forward to meeting many of our partners in Los Angeles this week. WPC is an opportunity for me to get feedback on our products and learn more…

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Microsoft is Rated in the Gartner Project and Portfolio Applications MarketScope

[Cross-posted at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/project/archive/2011/06/20/microsoft-is-rated-in-the-gartner-project-and-portfolio-applications-marketscope.aspx] For those of you who don’t follow the official Project Team Blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/project: It’s my pleasure to announce that Microsoft received the highest rating possible in the recently released Gartner Project and Portfolio Applications MarketScope. This report is an evolution of the 2010 Gartner Magic Quadrant for IT Project and Portfolio…

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Project 2010 SP1 and more

A lot of exciting things happening in the world of Microsoft Project! It’s been a year since we launched and we’re seeing great customer and partner momentum with Microsoft Project 2010! I thought I would share just a few of the recent exciting news for Project 2010: SP1 for Project desktop and Project Server will…

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Microsoft Project in Mexico and Brazil

This week, I have an opportunity to meet Microsoft Project customers and partners in Mexico and Brazil. I categorize this trip as a short “long trip” where I’m spending 4 days in productive meetings and about a day traveling! I’m just wrapping up my trip to Mexico and it’s been an absolute treat hearing from…

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