Microsoft Project 2010 Technical Preview and Public Beta Expiration Date

Following these two releases of Project 2010 Announcing Microsoft Project 2010, Project Server 2010 Public Beta Availability (Beta 2)and Announcing Microsoft Project 2010 Technical Preview (Beta 1) I am sure you all have been actively deploying and testing this great upcoming release. By the way if you are still running Tech Preview time to upgrade…

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Dear Microsoft Project Community Happy Holidays/Merry Christmas/Happy New Year!

Dear Microsoft Project/EPM Community I wish you all a great break and lots of great non-epm time 🙂 I see working with EPM as a marathon so here is a picture of a recent one I did (Portland last October), yes spectators cheered someone called “EPM 2010”! After some rest in the next two weeks…

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Microsoft Project Server 2010 and PowerShell

In case you have not heard SharePoint 2010 and Project Server 2010 will support PowerShell and hence will ship with a library of already about 650 commands. Please find below a few examples I wrote trying to automate Project Service Application creation. One useful commands to get started:  Get-Help *project* (lists all cmdlet that contains…

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Microsoft Project 2010 Overview PowerPoint Deck

Following our two sessions on Microsoft Project 2010 at the last TechEd in Europe (Berlin, Germany): Microsoft Project 2010 Session at Tech Ed Europe 2009 please find here (SkyDrive location) the two decks used. Microsoft Project 2010 Overview – OFS214 This session provides an overview of the key investment areas and capabilities of Project Server…

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Free Microsoft Project 2010 Training in Singapore and Sydney in February 2010

As announced last September: Are you Project 2010 Ready? – Announcing Project 2010 Technical Ignite and Sales Training we will be delivering free (yes there are no registration fee associated with this event!!) Microsoft Project 2010 training at the upcoming two locations in Asia/Pacific region in February, as part of the Project 2010 Ignite readiness…

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New Book – Strategic Project Portfolio Management: Enabling a Productive Organization

Simon Moore, product planner for Microsoft’s Enterprise Project Management, published recently this great book: Strategic Project Portfolio Management: Enabling a Productive Organization (Microsoft Executive Leadership Series) A great read for the holidays and in preparation for Project Server 2010 and it’s out of the box portfolio strategy capabilities: Practical and filled with expert advice, Strategic…

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How to report across multiple SharePoint lists? i-PMO SharePoint Data Miner to the rescue

Exactly a year ago while stuck at home during a Seattle snowstorm I wrote this post How to report Project Risks at a Program Level?  Basically the need is: how can you easily create a report that aggregate multiple SharePoint lists (typically Issues and Risks in the Project Server world but not only if you…

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Announcing the release of the December 2009 Cumulative Update for Project, Project Server and SharePoint 2007

The December 2009 Cumulative Update was released today: Project Server 2007 – KB 977028 – http://support.microsoft.com/kb/977028 Project Professional 2007 – KB 977266 – http://support.microsoft.com/kb/977266 SharePoint Server 2007 – KB 977023 – http://support.microsoft.com/kb/977023 Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 – KB 977022 – http://support.microsoft.com/kb/977022 Check out the following TechNet resources for deployment guidance: Deploy cumulative updates (Project Server…

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Microsoft Project 2010 Webcasts This Week

Quick reminder, we have a few important Microsoft Project 2010/2007 webcasts this week (all free of charge :)), mark your calendar and attend: Title Date/Time Description Presenter Overview of Microsoft Project Server 2010 for IT Professionals Tuesday, December 15, 2009 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) In this webcast, we provide an overview of…

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Five Essential Resources for Microsoft Licensing

During the worldwide Project 2010 Ignite Tour, we have been getting a lot of questions about licensing. While the details of pricing and licensing of our next wave of products have not been disclosed yet, this article recently published in Directions on Microsoft is a great reminder on how Microsoft licensing works: Five Essential Resources…

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