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Online and On-premises solutions for Project Server 2013. An Analytical comparison (Cloud/on-premise)

Hello.  Located this while doing some research on disaster recovery for Project Server 2013.  This is a very comprehensive white paper created by Rob Bowers from Microsoft, and provides guidance and best practices f ...

Success Stories-Working with MS Project Now

Recently a new client came to us with some Project issues. We were able to address their issues and come up with a successful solution; tailored to their specific Project needs and goals. This customer was struggling because ...

SQL Service Broker Not Enabled: Operations Manager 2012

We have such excellent content on our blog. Many of our posts are getting thousands of hits. For that reason we will highlight some of our highest viewed blog posts to make ensure that people who might have missed it on the f ...

MS PROJECT NOW is hiring a full-time Project Server developer/OData report guru

Are you a technical person by heart and enjoy writing and analyzing code?  If so, we may have a great opportunity for you.  We are looking for a highly technical resource to help us create the following for Microsof ...

Success Stories-Working with MS Project Now

A recent customer came to us with a set of issues. We were able to address all those needs and come up with a successful solution; tailored to their specific Project needs and goals. This customer was struggling because they ...

Microsoft Project Server 2010 and 2013 Licensing Guides

Hello, Very useful guides to determine licensing requirements for Microsoft Project Server 2010 and 2013.  Would like to see the 2013 version be as detailed as the 2010.  If anyone has seen one please comment on it’ ...

What Customers say about MS Project Now

MS Project Now has a large and established customer base. We thought it would be helpful to share with you what our customers say about us; why they decided to work with us and why they continue to work with us. We offer ve ...

Microsoft Project Server 2013 Administrator's Guide

Hello! I had to post because I simply love this guide.  It’s a no frills administrators guide for Microsoft Project Server 2013 that is a must-have.  Like the 2010 version, this guide is very straight and to-the-po ...

Why Partner with MS Project Now?

There are many reason why customer choose to work with MS Project Now, these are just a few of the main reasons: 1) We pledge our commitment to your success, it is guaranteed, and we aren’t finished until you are completely ...

Create a New Excel Report from Existing (modifying ODC)

We have some great content on our blog. Many of our posts are getting thousands of hits. For that reason we will periodically highlight some of our highest viewed blog posts from the past. Below is a blog that is an excerpt ...

Hardware and Software Requirements for Project Server 2013

Hello!  exported from TechNet.  Very helpful for on-premise customers when determining the hardware and software requirements for Project Server 2013.  Hardware and Software Requirements for Project Server ...

Project Online: Differences between Project Online and On-premises Project

The matrix is included in the Project Online whitepaper from Microsoft.  This is a very helpful matrix when determining the differences between on-premise and Project Online. Feature/Functi ...

Saving project files to prior versions, specifically to MS Project 2007

Hi!  I am doing a little work with Project today and wanted to share something I learned.  Although most of you probably already know this, I thought to share anyway. Today I was testing saving a project file creat ...

Project Online

So what is Project Online? We have been getting a lot of interest in Project Online. So we thought it would be helpful to do a quick summary of the product. Project Online is a collaboration tool that can be used to save, vi ...

Project Online: Outlook Synchronization

SharePoint and Project online has built in outlook sync feature available. To be able to sync your tasks, your mailbox needs to be hosted on an Exchange 2013 server deployed in the same topology. If you are using Project onl ...

Delete a Project Site Template in Project Server 2010

To delete a Project Site Template in Project Server 2010, follow the steps below: In PWA, click on Site Actions –> Site Settings Under Galleries, click Solutions Before you can delete a Project Site Templ ...

Project Online: User Management

In our ongoing series for our Project Online users this blog post addresses managing users through the Office 365 administrative interface.  Look for a short video in the near future as well.  This was developed by ...

Tracking Project Initiatives-MS Project Now! Can Help

One of the main reasons companies come to MS Project Now! is help with tracking project initiatives. A recent customer came to us with this issue. They had no way to track all project initiatives in a single location. Project ...

My Timesheet and My Tasks: Blank Page

One of the users were getting blank page while accessing My tasks and My Timesheet page. Resetting IE setting didn’t resolve the issue. Issue got resolved after uninstalling one of the un-trusted add-ons for the IE using belo ...

Project visibility and how MS Project Now! can help

One of the main reasons why customers reach out to MS Project Now! is project visibility. If your PM’s are putting together weekly PowerPoint slides for each project and have no consistent way of tracking project inform ...

Leveling Resources in Microsoft Project Professional

This is part 4 in a 4 part series. Before reading, consider visiting these other valuable resources: Part 1: Viewing Resource Allocations Part 2: Preventing Over Allocations Part 3: Resolving Over Allocations Manual ...

Add a Logo to Project Server 2010 Home Page

Tired of seeing the default logo every time you log in to PWA?   You can easily add your own company logo to Project Server 2010 Home Page by following the steps below: Navigate to the Shared Documents folder (y ...

Assigning Resources in Project

There are certain topics that continue to be very important to our customers. One of those topics is Assigning Resources in Project. For that reason I have put together a short list of the most popular blogs on assigning reso ...

Using Multi-Value Fields in Project Server 2010

Thinking of setting the Project Department field to Multi-Value in Project Server 2010? You might want to rethink that. Or, at least make sure you won’t want to change it in the future… because, well, you can’t. It cannot be ...