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The Project Admin Blog
Jan Kalis & Project Partners
Jack Dahlgren MVP
MS Project Experts
Microsoft EPM Solution, PJ
Today we're excited to share all session recordings from Project Conference 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona with the greater Project community. Over 1250 people from 44 countries made the trip--75% for the very first time. The week featured 94 handpicked sessions with 20 delivered by customers eager to share their experiences.
Many sessions were standing room only and from the evaluations, many only wished they could have attended more of them. Zach Heisinger, first time attendee, tells us he's already looking forward to the next Project Conference. His only complaint? "I wish certain sessions could be offered more than once during the conference. That way I wouldn’t have to pick one great session over another great session." So, we're excited to share these recordings with all of you as it represents a collection of the best content out there from our customers, partners, and industry leaders.
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.
We’re pleased to share an updated set of articles to guide you through getting started with Project Online:
· Get started with Project Online
· Step 1: Sign up for Project Online
· Step 2: Add people to Project Online
· Step 3: Create projects in Project Online