Skip to main content
Skip to main content
Microsoft 365

Microsoft Project webcast series

Microsoft Project webcast seriesReady to learn how Microsoft Project can help you get more out of your projects? The new Project offers flexible service or on-premises solutions for project portfolio management and everyday work, enabling you to effectively execute winning projects and achieve strategic priorities. Now’s the time to register, attend our free Project webcast series, and find out more about Project 2013.

All webcasts will begin at 1:30 pm EST / 10:30 am PST and will run for 90 minutes.

Register here to attend our free Project webcast series.

Date Title of Webcast Presenter
September 17, 2013 Connect ERP Systems with Microsoft Project
Read full blog post and view on-demand
Stefan Haffner,
Campana & Schott
October 22, 2013 Managing Projects – Never Easier – Project 2013 and SharePoint 2013
Read full blog post and view on-demand
Eamonn McGuinness,
BrightWork, LLC
November 19, 2013 Avoiding the 14 Hour Work Day – Understanding Resource Allocations in Project
Read full blog post and view on-demand
Matthew Davis,
PM Providers
December 17, 2013 Scrum and Agile Planning with Microsoft Project 2013
Read full blog post and view on-demand
Tim Runcie,
January 21, 2014 Integration of Social Networks with Microsoft Project to Improve the Project Management Experience and Outcomes
Read full blog post and view on-demand
Rose Blackburn,
Quantum PM
February 18, 2014 Manage More Work with Less Effort with Project 2013
Read full blog post and view on demand
Rob Hirschmann,
March 18, 2014 Sharing and Collaborating Within Project 2013
Read full blog post and view on demand
Ben Howard,
April 22, 2014 Fast Track Project Management Success with Project Online
Read full blog post and view on demand
Dux Raymond Sy,
May 20, 2014 Project 2013 Customer Case Study
Read full blog post and view on demand
Presenter Dan Ling,
June 17, 2014 Microsoft Project from any Device with Cloud Apps
Add to calendar
Kenneth Steiness,
Sensei Project Solutions

Read detailed descriptions of each session, and add reminders to your calendar here.

After the initial webcast date, the webcasts will be available on-demand by visiting the webcast portal. Register here for access to all past and upcoming webcasts.

You may also like these articles

Image for: Small business professional working on designs using devices running PowerPoint and Microsoft Teams.

Power your digital transformation with insights from Microsoft Productivity Score

Editor’s Note: The Mechanics video embedded in this blog post has been updated to reflect some of the product changes announced on December 1, 2020. For some time now, business leaders have made digital transformation a priority. But when the pandemic hit this spring, adopting and embracing digital technology went from being a matter of…

Image for: A man is using his Lenovo laptop like a tablet while sitting in a comfortable chair in a Modern office setting

Microsoft Productivity Score and personalized experiences—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in October

As I reflect on an action-packed few weeks, I’m struck by how much work has evolved in these past months. And I know our customers feel it too. After quickly moving to remote and hybrid work models this spring, organizations are now seeking sustainable ways to help people collaborate, be productive, and prioritize their wellbeing…

Image for: Microsoft employees working remotely.

Working remotely during challenging times

A Shanghai-based Microsoft employee shares lessons of working remotely during the COVID-19 outbreak.