Microsoft has released a cumulative update for Project Server. Such updates typically include components of both Project Server and Microsoft Office SharePointe Server (MOSS). You’ll find the relative information below. Webcast on the June Cumulative Update: Information About Microsoft Project and Project Server Cumulative June Update How to deploy cumulative updates for Project and Project Server http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd239177.aspx Rollup Packages: This is a set of two rollup packages which contains all the fixes for WSS,…
Project 2010 Assignment Units
Project Server is on the way… are you ready?
Deploying Project Server isn’t just deploying one product. That’s why Microsoft refers to it as the Microsoft EPM Solution. There’s a whole stack of technology working in layers in the background. How will this chagne in 2010 and how can the stack be tamed?
Microsoft’s leading lady these days is SharePoint. With SharePoint Server being the queen bee are all other server products at Microsoft destined to be just worker bees? Could Project Server end up as just another blade of a SharePoint Server?
At Microsoft, is EPM synonymous with Project Server? It is not. And, with the new functionality of Project Desktop 2010 there may be more options to creating a project management environment for an organization.
Project 2010 will see a number of changes in the Desktop Client. Here are some first impressions.
Will the release of Project 2010 be just like the release in 2007? The answer in my opinion is no. It’s going to feel more like the 2003 release in terms of stability and that has everything to do with what changes were made under the hood.
With Project Server 2010 now public knowledge I can start sharing some first impressions and some information that will be important for those who are considering upgrading.
Stay tuned. I’ll be blogging from the floor of the Microsoft Project Conference in Phoenix this week as Microsoft kicks off its promotions for what’s to come in the next year with Microsoft Project, Project Server and Portfolio Server. Over the next few days, the Non-Disclosure agreements for much of what is in Project 2010 will expire and we’ll be able to talk a lot more about what you’ll find in the next version of…