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The Project Admin Blog
Jan Kalis & Project Partners
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MS Project Experts
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BB&K needed to quickly access information from many different aspects of its business, including a customer relationship management system, an enterprise resource planning system, accounting programs, and others. Managers especially wanted better insight into internal processes. Project Online was the right tool for the job.
Whether you are a novice user of Microsoft Project 2013 or you want to learn about IT Professional or developer topics, please consider our new quick start training for Project 2013--it's free and available on demand.
Are you using the new Project and wishing you could enhance its powerful capabilities with apps? Project 2013 has great extensibility potential--even across devices. The new apps for Project enhance capabilities of Microsoft Project 2013 applications, including Project Pro for Office 365, Project Professional 2013, Project Online and Project Server 2013.
With research and development centers in over 20 countries on 6 continents, construction industry solution innovator Hilti Corporation needs to stay agile with project coordination. They chose Project Online because it delivers all the benefits of process centralization and enhanced control without the risks involved in being locked in to large home-grown IT infrastructures. With Office 365, Project Online offers the security, global availability, disaster recovery, and the ability to handle heavy workloads critical to enterprise operations at a fraction of the cost. Many businesses know the challenges and associated costs of these requirements, but with Project Online and Office 365, it's easy to scale out and scale up–and have the peace of mind that comes from knowing that data is safe.
Along with the general availability of Project Online in Office 365, new scenarios have been enabled for Project Online reporting. We introduced the Project Online OData feed to help you access your data using Excel 2013, and now you can refresh Excel workbooks in Excel Web App that consume Project Online OData feeds. Learn how to grant the BI Azure Service access to your SharePoint Online tenant.
We love Project IT Pros. Always in the trenches and getting their hands dirty with the latest technologies and improvements, IT Pros are the engine that keeps many project management offices running. With the release of the new Project, now there are new and improved ways for IT Pros to keep bolting infrastructure into place and tweaking performance levers to deliver high-quality capabilities to their organizations. To help, we rounded up some of our most popular articles and organized them by common work responsibilities. Here, the focus is on IT Pros, with topics including OData integration, timesheet infrastructure improvements, and great new ways to use SharePoint Designer to deliver ever-better Demand Management solutions. IT Pros, we salute you!
Project managers can do their best work when life is easy for their team members. With the release of the new Project, now there are new and improved ways for team members to do their part in keeping the project on track with minimal process friction. To help, we rounded up some of our most popular articles and organized them by common work responsibilities. Here, the focus is on team members, with topics including consolidated task management, quick collaboration, and streamlined time tracking--which should put a smile on everyone's face.
With the release of the new Project, there's curiosity about how best to put it to work and apply its wide range of resources in a variety of business roles. Some people are experienced users who want to learn new tricks, while others are just discovering Project's capabilities for the first time.
To help, we rounded up some of our most popular articles and organized them by common work responsibilities. Here, the focus is project managers with topics including great new and updated features like reports, timelines and task paths, fresh templates in Project 2013, and even some deeper technical discussions. Read on for a consolidated list of features we think you'll love.
Imagine that it's 2:00pm on Friday afternoon and you're leaving a planning meeting for the big springtime marketing blitz upon which your company, Coho Winery, is resting its hopes of international expansion. Just moments ago, the team was haphazardly scrolling through a long task list spreadsheet when your boss slammed her fist on the table and declared that you would have a first-class project management solution in place by Monday morning. Project Pro for Office 365 can help--read on to find out how.
We're proud to announce the availability of Microsoft Project as a flexible cloud service, delivered by Office 365. For the first time, customers can sign up for flexible plans, get started quickly and use the full capabilities of project and portfolio management without adding IT complexity. Read on to learn about the 3 Project cloud services: Project Online, Project Pro for Office 365, and Project Online with Project Pro for Office 365.