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Project Server 2010

By: Collin Quiring

I have a previous post about upgrading from Project Server 2003 to 2007 or waiting for 2010.  I mentioned some of the timing and costs associated with the two upgrades.  I recommend that you read that post, however, the Project Server 2010 Technical Review is released!  Microsoft has told me that I am the list of those that will get a chance to test it.  Of course, I will let you know what I think about it if and/or when I get a copy to test (within whatever confidentiality agreements!).


Here is what Microsoft has released about Project 2010 and I will start to upack some of these items in future posts:

Project 2010 builds on the Project 2007 foundation to provide an end-to-end work management platform. The key investment areas are targeted at letting you choose the right tools that can evolve with you:

  • Enhance user experience and appeal
    • Fluent user interface
    • User controlled scheduling
    • Powerful new views
    • Web-based project editing
  • Improve execution with effective collaboration
    • Integration with SharePoint Server 2010
    • Richer workgroup collaboration
    • Enhanced time/status tracking
  • Unify project and portfolio management
    • Common user experience through full PPM lifecycle
    • Improved demand management
    • Better reporting and BI
  • Simplify deployment and extend interoperability
    • Microsoft Exchange integration
    • 64-bit compatibility of client and server
    • No ActiveX dependency



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