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Task Updates–% or Work?

By: Collin Quiring For those using or setting up PWA task updates the question often comes up as to whether or not the Team Members should be updating by percentage or by entering work. There are a couple of questions that come up in relation to this... (more...)

Resource Permission Queries in Project Server

By Collin Quiring This post is about Project Server 2010 (although this probably works with Project Server 2007) and it might work with Project Server 2013 but I haven’t had time to test that yet (on premises version of 2013).  I have recently been... (more...)

Resource Management with Project Server 2010 – Part 2 of 2

This article, written by Collin Quiring, first appeared in Wellington Project Management newsletter in December  2011. (http://www.projectserver2010.co.uk/2011/11/08/resource-management-with-project-server-2010/) Last time we started this two-part... (more...)

Resource Management with Project Server 2010 – Part 1 of 2

This article, written by Collin Quiring, first appeared in Wellington Project Management newsletter on November 8, 2011.  (http://www.projectserver2010.co.uk/2011/11/08/resource-management-with-project-server-2010-part-12/)                     There... (more...)

Random Thoughts – New Book, Certifications, Force Check-ins and Agile

BY: Collin Quiring I always wonder why a blog goes silent.  While it takes great discipline and scheduling to update a blog on a regular basis, there are plenty of folks that do it.  For a long time I was able to do it as well.  However, for a number... (more...)

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

By:  Collin Quiring   Just a quick muse.   The saying “Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery” has been around a long time and I have been thinking about it the last few days quite a bit.  I am getting ready to do a massive SharePoint Server... (more...)

Why use Microsoft Project Server?

By:  Collin Quiring   If you view our website, you know that we specialize in Microsoft Project Server.  You also can see that we are PMP (Project Management Professionals) certified.  As PMP certified individuals, we are demonstrating that we understand... (more...)

Costs of Open Source

By: Collin Quiring (Compared to SaaS and Direct Purchase) Open Source software is often an option viewed by a company as a cost effective method to purchase and use software.  While the initial dollar savings of obtaining the software seems significant... (more...)