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Microsoft Project Product LifeCycle

By: Collin Quiring It would be unrealistic for Microsoft to support every product it ever created in perpetuity.  Therefore, they have a “support end” and often an “extended support end” where they officially will no longer help you or support... (more...)

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...)

Microsoft Project 2010 and Mythbusters

By: Collin Quiring  Ok, so maybe it wasn’t Microsoft Project Professional or Project Server that MythBusters specifically took on, but they did take on the “MegaWoosh” that became a Viral Video last year.  (Tanya Foster wrote about it on our blog... (more...)

Project 2010 – Printable New Features Highlights

Tanya Foster has just added a new document to our White Paper section which is formatted to print on one page – with sample images.  This document lists five of the new features and is designed for you to be able to print out to show others about... (more...)

Best Practices versus Tool Capabilities

BY:  Collin Quiring   Project Professional 2010 and Project Server 2010 come with great modifications and an improved user experience.  Part of that is to allow all sorts of flexibility in many areas of the tool.  While this is a good thing for many... (more...)

Project Conference 2009 – Night One, September 14

BY: Collin Quirinq   One of my personal goals from this year’s Project Conference was to tweet and blog about the event “as it was happening”.  A couple of my other goals were to enjoy the event and to learn.  I quickly realized that tweeting... (more...)