Posts Tagged "Project Standard"

Tech Ed North America Session Videos

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Tech Ed events provide some of the most comprehensive technical education across Microsoft’s current and soon-to-release suite of products, solutions and services.  Microsoft has posted a comprehensive collection of session videos on MSDN’s Channel 9 web site.  This year’s event took place in Atlanta, Georgia last May, and below are some of my favorite videos. SharePoint Governance and Lifecycle Management with Microsoft Project Server 2010: This presentation discusses the importance of SharePoint lifecycle management from an IT governance perspective, and introduces a free, downloadable solution that provides a powerful request and workflow process, enabling...

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Business Intelligence Center for Project Technologies

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Microsoft has created a great Microsoft Business Intelligence center on TechNet. The content is constantly being updated, by way of example, below is a list of some of today’s hightlights. Business intelligence and reporting overview in Project 2010 The Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solution includes a variety of online views and powerful business intelligence and reporting services to help organizations gain insight and control across all project portfolios. Project 2010 Quick Start Training – Reporting (Part 1) Every organization from small to big requires an insight into business data, including project and portfolio information. Project Server...

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SharePoint document library and Project Standard project plans

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Are you interested in using SharePoint 2010 with Project Standard 2010?  The interaction between a document library and a project plan is somewhat limited. The project plan cannot be viewed in a browser, and only one person can edit the file at a time. Below are some screenshots that show the interaction. 1. From within Project Standard 2010 choose “Save and Send” option, then choose “Save to SharePoint”, and your site on your SharePoint server. 2. File is posted to SharePoint 2010 document library. 3. Options available once the project plan is...

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