With the new Project, our extensibility story entered two new exciting realms--Apps for Office and Apps for SharePoint. Bookmark this page for all the resources you need to start developing your own apps, tips based on frequently asked questions from our partners, and ideas for developing on either or both of our new models. Read on to learn how to get started now and get your app out to the world.
Project Conference is back by popular demand: Mark your calendar now to join us February 2-5 for Project Conference 2014. After over 1,000 people from around the world made Project Conference 2012 a huge success in Arizona, our expectations are even higher for an excellent event this time around in Anaheim, California! Read on to learn how to join and check out our video.
In our last webinar on Microsoft Project, we showed you the basics of how to get started with more confidence and less stress. This time we'll take it a step further and show you how to assign people to tasks and use the Resource Sheet to track all of the people in your project. Plus, you'll learn how to add vacation days and how to make sure they don't push out the project deadline. Watch the trailer now, or click "read more" below to view the entire webinar. What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar How to add people to a project How to assign tasks to people How to use the Resource Sheet...
Some people start up Microsoft Project with the greatest intentions. They add a few tasks, and then freeze--unsure of what to do next. In this webinar, we’ll show you how to get past that. We’ll demo the basics so that you can get started with more confidence and less stress. Watch the 30-second trailer now, or click "read more" below to see the full webinar. What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar How to add tasks to a project How to link tasks together How to assign people to tasks...
There are many differences between Project Professional, the desktop client application, and Project Online, the online service. Broadly speaking, Project Online and Project Web Access (PWA) for Project Server enable team collaboration, task management, lightweight project management, and program or portfolio management. The differences between lightweight project management in Project Online and rich desktop project management in Project Professional warrant understanding.
The Microsoft Office Interactive Content Pivot helps you find the SharePoint Server 2013, Project Server 2013, and Office 365 technical content that you’re looking for. The content pivot brings together content from TechNet and Office.com and allows you to filter on a variety of parameters, such as technical subject, job role, and IT lifecycle. Each tile in the pivot represents an article on TechNet or Office.com.
We recognize the best of the best Microsoft Project partners with the prestigious Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Partner of the Year Award. This year, we have seen great case studies and stunning solutions that Microsoft Project partners have built, and this underscores the great success and power of Microsoft Project and its partner community. Please join us in celebrating the success of the PPM partner community and congratulating the winner and finalists!
Project Management Offices win with Project Online, which delivers powerful project portfolio management capabilities as a flexible Office 365 cloud service. Teams can get started quickly with cloud collaboration and manage risks, track ideation, and allocate resources across organizations to deliver business value. Project Online works with the SharePoint platform and enjoys the business benefits of Office 365, which modernizes productivity infrastructure without any compromise.
BB&K needed to quickly access information from many different aspects of its business, including a customer relationship management system, an enterprise resource planning system, accounting programs, and others. Managers especially wanted better insight into internal processes. Project Online was the right tool for the job.
Whether you are a novice user of Microsoft Project 2013 or you want to learn about IT Professional or developer topics, please consider our new quick start training for Project 2013--it's free and available on demand.
Are you using the new Project and wishing you could enhance its powerful capabilities with apps? Project 2013 has great extensibility potential--even across devices. The new apps for Project enhance capabilities of Microsoft Project 2013 applications, including Project Pro for Office 365, Project Professional 2013, Project Online and Project Server 2013.
Microsoft and our partner community host events in cities all around the U.S. Check back for frequent updates to this events page, and attend a Microsoft Project presentation near you. Read more to see events in your area.