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  • Blog Post: EPM University

    I just wanted to quickly call out a recent post from Jan Kalis on the Project Programmability blog about our EPM training offerings at EPMU. The post is located here: http://blogs.msdn.com/project_programmability/archive/2009/03/27/do-you-epmu.aspx
  • Blog Post: Newly Published Content!

    After a short publishing hiatus, here is some content that we've been working on: Deploy Project Server 2007 updates This article provides an overview of available Project Server 2007 updates. Checklist for deploying Project Server 2007 updates This checklist describes the general sequence in updating...
  • Blog Post: Project in the Cloud

    Here is some information courtesy of Tony Sisk in the Project IW writing team: Yes, there is a place in the clouds for Project information.. If you have a number of documents, spreadsheets, notes, proposals, and project files you want to share quickly, Microsoft Office Live Workspace gives you some...
  • Blog Post: Newly Published Project Professional Content - Early August

    Watch this: Use lag and lead time This demo shows how to use lag and lead time to create gaps and overlaps between tasks in a project. Watch this: Show the critical path This demo shows you several ways to display a project’s critical tasks. It also shows how to display multiple critical paths...
  • Blog Post: Newly Published Project Professional Content for September

    Create a custom field Use this article to learn how to create, import, insert, and rename a custom field. Watch this: Create a custom field This video walks you through the process of creating a custom field that is associated with a list, and that uses graphical indicators. Work with the...
  • Blog Post: New "From the Trenches" article from Chris Vandersluis: EPM-Centralized or Decentralized?

    We recently published the latest article by Chris Vandersluis to the "From the Trenches" column on the Microsoft Project Server 2010 TechCenter . In this latest article - "EPM-Centralized or Decentralized?" - Chris talks in detail about the how organizations need to understand the problem they are trying...