Trick or Treat? Why not both! Happy Project Halloween

It’s been a busy week planning the future (it’s a secret can’t tell) so might have a bit of fun before its over! Yes October 31st is fast approaching and that’s a special day here, at least for people living in the United States (for all others, here is the Wikipedia story http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloween). Anyway since…

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Microsoft Project Server and SharePoint 2007 and 2010 October CU 2010 are Live!

As announced by Brian Microsoft Project Server and SharePoint 2007 and 2010 October CU 2010 are Live! To learn more about the content of this Cumulative update mark your calendars and attend this webcast from Brian Smith and Adrian Jenkins: Tuesday, November 09, 2010 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada),  TechNet Webcast: Information About…

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Microsoft FuseLabs SocialGadgets Exploration with “Microsoft Project”

With the increase popularity of Twitter I just leveraged Microsoft FuseLabs SocialGadgets Exploration to visualize “Microsoft Project” (more info. here: http://designer.socialgadgets.fuselabs.com/) Tag Cloud for Microsoft Project: Timeline for Microsoft Project: Tag Cloud for SharePoint:

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How to display Project information on a project site?

Saw this recent question on our public forum: how can I display project information on my project site (around referred to as the project workspace)? In Project Server 2010 it’s actually very easy thanks to a very useful web part that is part of the Microsoft Project 2010 Solution Starters on MSDN Code Gallery (http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/P2010SolutionStarter);…

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Adding Project Server 2010 web parts to SharePoint sites

I am sure you are all following my recent advice and actively following this TechNet RSS: Newly published content for Project Server 2010 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=186461 New and updated content typically appears Thursday night (Seattle time/PDT) and today take a note of the following important articles our technical writers have put together: Plan for Project Server 2010…

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Latest Microsoft Project RSS Feeds & Welcome Jan Kalis!

Following this post in January: Latest Microsoft Project RSS Feeds – January 2010 and with the Microsoft Project 2010 excitement and enthusiasm as well as the multiplication of blogs, please find attached my latest OPML files (collection of RSS feeds I subscribe to from all regions of the world); I use this to stay on…

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Hello World: Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Project

Bonjour, in case you have missed it we made an important announcement today: Microsoft Office 365: The Power to Think Big and Be Small, to Be Big and Act Fast. How does it impact the Microsoft Project world? Check this post from Arpan: Enabling Better Collaborative Project Management with Office 365 and Project Professional 2010…

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Integrating Project Server 2010 with Line Of Business Applications

With the recent release of Microsoft Project Server 2010 (PS) last May and its rapid adoption by customers, a recurring question I have seen and been asked is how can I integrate Project Server 2010 with application X? Where application X can be a combination of the following: Application Type Typical Scenario Application Example Accounting…

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Get the REAL Microsoft Project Server!

I have been following the activities of several competitors on the various digital channels for the past few months and I find it an honor to see how competitors are mimicking our product names, messaging and positioning to sell a product clearly different from ours… On one hand it’s always a good sign to see…

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Microsoft IT Cuts Costs, Gains Greater Consistency with Project Planning Software

Another great new case study thanks to Joyce and Tad: http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/Case_Study_Detail.aspx?CaseStudyID=4000008422 Great job MS IT! Microsoft IT, which manages technology resources for the global software company, wanted to improve the consistency of decision-making processes across planning governance bodies. Assisted by Microsoft Services consultants, Microsoft IT implemented Microsoft Project Server 2010. It used Project Server 2010…

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