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Support corner webcast—what’s new in Project Online and Project Server 2013

Join us this Tuesday, March 10th at 9 a.m. PST/12 p.m. ET for a discussion on what’s new in Project Online and Project Server 2013.  This webcast will cover recent updates to Project Online as well as details of the March 2015 updates for our on-premises customers of Project and Project Server 2013.

Presenters—Adrian Jenkins has been at Microsoft for 25 years and has spent most of his time working on Microsoft Project in one capacity or another. Currently, he is a senior escalation engineer and works heavily with the cumulative update release process, future directions and so forth. Brian Smith is a senior escalation engineer on the Project support team and has been supporting Project Server for as long as it has existed.  He  also now supports Project Online and Project Pro for Office 365.

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Office 365 support webcasts are a critical program for relieving support issues and encouraging foundation technical readiness. Webcasts are free of charge and are a great opportunity to have conversations with Microsoft employees and get your questions answered.

For more information on future Office 365 support webcasts, visit the Office 365 l Summit website.

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