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March 18 Project webcast available on-demand: Sharing and collaborating in Project 2013

CAROUSEL_Project_260x146Join us Tuesday, March 18 10:30am PST/ 1:30pm EST to learn how to share and collaborate within Project 2013.

In this 90-minute webcast, MVP Ben Howard will demonstrate how Project 2013 allows for different types of collaboration, from the ad-hoc and informal right through to the fully formalized and structured collaboration demanded by tightly controlled project management solutions.  Many of the collaboration options are built into the Project client and Project Online, providing users with a rich, powerful and seamless experience.  Ben will also differentiate between the Project and Project Online solutions available from Microsoft.

Register here to view the session on-demand today!

The recipients of Ben Howard’s book “Microsoft Project 2013 Plain and Simple” are:

  • Andy S. – Rochester, NY
  • Don P. – Ashburn, VA
  • Ed C. – Clearwater, FL
  • Georgette T. – NYC, NY
  • John B. – Fairfax, VA
  • Joyce O. – Centennial, CO
  • Kristen G. – Andover, MN
  • Michael C. – Columbus, OH
  • Ron S. – Poway, CA
  • Stephanie C. – Brownsville, PA

Presenter: Ben Howard (MVP), Applepark

To see the complete Project webcast series agenda, go to aka.ms/ProjectWebcastSeries.

 

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