Microsoft Project Server 2010 Must Read

Share Article

Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010 sets the Deployment Gold Standard. Do not start your Microsoft Project Server 2010 implementation without it!

Microsoft Project Server 2010 Must Read

We tackle this right up front in Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010, and follow this guidance with best-practice considerations throughout the book.

MSProjectExperts essential reference for Microsoft Project Server 2010 begins shipping June 14, in step with the general availability launch of the Microsoft Office 2010 suite. “We are pleased to announce the pre-sale availability of our most popular book in our series for Microsoft Project Server 2010 and Microsoft Project 2010,” commented Gary Chefetz, Microsoft Project MVP and the book’s primary author. “My co-authors Dale Howard, Tony Zink and I are very excited to be first to market with Project Server 2010 guidance, especially considering the importance of this release,” he continued.

Project Server 2010 is a landmark release of Microsoft’s market-leading project and portfolio management software. “This is the one I’ve been waiting for,” remarked Chefetz. “This release fulfills the potential I saw in this software when I first started using it as a PMO Director in 2000, when Microsoft first released Project Central. Project Server 2010 connects enterprise project management, enterprise portfolio management, resource management and business intelligence in an unprecedented package through the marriage of Microsoft’s project management and SharePoint 2010 technologies.”

Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010 covers all aspects of Project Server deployment, from installation through configuration, and includes non-technical topics such as preparing an organization for an enterprise project management deployment and providing techniques for organizational change management. “Time and again we see organizations master the technical challenges of deploying an enterprise project management tool, but fail to plan for the organizational challenges, which very often prove to be the most difficult,” Chefetz said. “We tackle this right up front in Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010, and follow this guidance with best-practice considerations throughout the book.”

At 912 pages, Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010 includes extensive SharePoint Server 2010 management guidance and a strong introduction to configuring and managing Microsoft’s business intelligence stack, including Excel Services and PerformancePoint Services. “We show you how to get started with SharePoint Server 2010 workflows, how to build and deliver Excel reports and how to build dashboards for your Project Server 2010 implementation,” commented Chefetz.
Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010 is available directly from MSProjectExperts or your favorite bookseller. For a limited time only, you can pre-order your copy from MSProjectExperts at special pre-order pricing.

About msProjectExperts
MSProjectExperts is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and leading provider of consulting services, training, software add-ons, and books and courseware for the Microsoft EPM environment. Headquartered in New York City, msProjectExperts is in its eighth year serving both business and government sectors. GSA contract number GS-35F-0402W.

Contact:
Jennifer Herman
msProjectExperts
(646) 736-1688 x22

Keywords: Microsoft Project 2010, Microsoft Project Server 2010, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Project Management, Enterprise Project Management, EPM, Enterprise Portfolio Management

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Jennifer Herman
msProjectExperts
646-736-1688 ext. 20
Email >
Visit website