Many IT administrators have used Microsoft Office Project to organize at least some of their many projects. Far fewer have implemented Project Server, due to a lack of familiarity, expertise, or simply the time to tackle one more complex installation and configuration. But with Office Project Server 2007, Microsoft has made significant enhancements not only to the features and functionality available for users but also to those that interest administrators, as Alan Maddison describes. 

And if this sparks your interest in Project Server and you want some in-depth technical information, take a look at our December Inside SharePoint column, Enterprise Project Management with SharePoint, which covers Microsoft Office Project Server architecture, deployment and troubleshooting in detail.