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SPSTCDC - Project Server and SharePoint 2010 - Together Forever

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A recap of Chris McNulty's SharePoint presentation at SharePoint Saturday the Conference in August 2011.

A recap of Chris McNulty's SharePoint presentation at SharePoint Saturday the Conference in August 2011.

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  • Top level sight where master project list is maintained with document libraries used to store key project documents, templates, etc.
  • Top level sight where master project list is maintained with document libraries used to store key project documents, templates, etc.
  • Team site template used to enhance project management and team collaboration
  • Organizational maturity – repeatable and scalable process which allows you to grow the number of projects
  • Let’s break down investments by workloads…SitesCommunitiesContentSearchInsightsComposites
  • Project 2010 builds on the foundation of Project 2007to provide work management solutions for individuals, teams and the enterprise. The architectural improvements in Microsoft Office Project 2007 provided a strong foundation to develop innovative new capabilities that will further differentiate Project from other PPM vendors. Microsoft Project 2010 includes continued investments in Project Standard, Professional, and the Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solution to provide executives, portfolio analysts, managers, and team members with productivity tools to effectively manage all work (both non-project and project) throughout its lifecycle, and ensure alignment with the organization’s business strategy.  Project 2010 is arguably the biggest release for Project in over a decade. We have grouped the new enhancements into four investment areas:Unified Project and Portfolio ManagementSimple and Intuitive User ExperienceEnhanced Collaboration and ReportingScalable and Connected PlatformThe remaining slides in this deck provide a brief overview of some of the main features / capabilities included in Project 2010
  • Project 2010 integrates top down portfolio management techniques with bottom up project execution capabilities to provide organizations with a powerful work management solution.The current release (2007) of the Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solution consists of two servers, Office Project Server 2007 and Office Project Portfolio Server 2007. The servers rely on the Project Server Gateway to maintain data integrity between the environments. Our current customers agree that the EPM Solution provides best-in-class PPM capabilities, but have suggested that the user experience would be enhanced by further unifying and extending our project and portfolio management capabilities. Project 2010 provides Unified Project and Portfolio Management Capabilities to help organizations to select and deliver the right projects.Common experience across the full PPM lifecycle: In Microsoft Project 2010 the best of breed portfolio management techniques of Office Project Portfolio Server 2007 are included in Microsoft Project Server 2010, providing a single server with end to end project and portfolio management (PPM) capabilitiesFamiliar SharePoint user interface throughout the solutionCommon data store eliminating the need for the Project Server GatewayIntuitive and simplified administrationComprehensive Application Programming Interface (API) including both project and portfolio capabilities Flexible project capture and initiation:  Project Server 2010 provides a new demand management module to capture all work from simple tasks to complex projects and programsDefine Enterprise Project Types for all requests and associate with workflow, a project plan and custom workspace templatesStandardize data collection through configurable business case forms. Capture project information, cost estimates, resource estimates, strategic alignment assessments and moreDisplay relevant Enterprise Project Types for each line of business using departmental fields Enhance governance through workflow:  Develop and deploy effective governance workflows to manage project investments throughout their lifecycle and drive accountability and controlTake advantage of the out-of-the box sample workflow and customize to meet your unique requirementsBuild custom workflows using Visual Studio to control different types of projects throughout their lifecyclePowerful portfolio selection analytics: Project Server 2010 helps organizations select project portfolios that align with their business strategy by providing techniques to prioritize competing requests, run optimization scenarios under varying budgetary constraints and maximize resource utilization across the planning horizon.   Business Strategy PrioritizationObjectively prioritize business drivers and drive consensus across the executive teamIntuitive and visual interface for completing the business driver prioritization assessment Portfolio Prioritization and Optimization Effectively prioritize projects from multiple dimensions – strategic value, financial value, and riskSelect the optimal portfolio of projects while meeting budgetary and other constraintsEnhanced optimization interface surfaces powerful analytical views (e.g. Efficient Frontier) to improve decision makingBetter understand trade-offs with Force In/Out descriptive valuesCompare optimization scenarios side by side with snapshot scorecard  Capacity PlanningGain insight into generic resource demand and availability across the planning horizonReschedule projects within the horizon to maximize resource utilization while adhering to schedule dependenciesModel headcount decisions and compare scenarios 
  • Project Server 2010 brings the power of Project Professional 2010 to the browser with web-based project scheduling. Easily build schedules online and conveniently make simple project edits from anywhereGain flexibility with user controlled scheduling – manually schedule tasks with the information you have right now or automatically schedule tasks to have Project calculate durations and dates Create projects with more than 100 tasks, assign multiple resources, and easily define task hierarchy and dependencies.Gain insight with change highlighting and multi-level undo
  • Intuitively and simply complete and submit your timesheet via a consolidated interface that unifies time entry and task statusing to streamline the time reporting process. The Fluent UI, improved data entry, column sorting grouping, totals, enhanced navigation and more, helps to enhance the time reporting experience.Save time and unify task status updates and timesheet submissions by enabling Single Entry Mode Flexible and consistent interface enhances the time reporting experienceConveniently approve timesheet and task status updates through the consolidated Approval CenterSimply delegate approvals with enhanced user delegation.
  • Project Server 2010 utilizes Excel Services and other Business Intelligence capabilities included in SharePoint Server 2010, to make it far easier for anyone to create powerful reports. Users will be able to choose from pre-configured and localized best practice report templates, quickly customize in Excel and publish through Excel Services to display reports in powerful DashboardsGet started quickly with predefined best practice and localized report templates in the new Business Intelligence CenterIntuitively customize reports in a familiar Excel editor and publish through Excel ServicesSimply create powerful audience based dashboards to effectively monitor portfolio performanceSatisfy line of business reporting requirements with Departmental Cubes. Allow decision makers to focus on their data, eliminate unnecessary clutter and ensure faster cube build times
  • Project Professional 2010 will enhance team collaboration by allowing project managers to publish their plans directly to SharePoint Server 2010 (or Windows SharePoint Services). This two way sync of task and assignment information will help small teams effectively collaborate and deliver projects on time and within budget Enhance team collaboration by sharing information more efficiently – simply copy, paste, save, print or publish, in one easy-to-manage BackstageTM view.Fully utilize the power of Project Professional 2010 by converting WSS “14” task lists to realize project schedules.Publish your Project Professional plans to Microsoft SharePoint task lists and enable round-trip synchronization so team members can update task status directly from SharePoint.Save, share and manage – simply be more connected in the ways you expect with Project Professional 2010 and Microsoft WSS “14”.Connect Project Professional to Microsoft Project Server 2010 and add the capabilities of end to end project and portfolio management.
  • Extend interoperability: Integration with related Microsoft technologies provides a familiar and connected work management platform. Empower teams to work in their preferred productivity tools and provide status updates to project stakeholders with minimal effort and administrative overheadExchange Server - Conveniently receive and update your project tasks in OutlookVisual Studio Team Foundation Server - Seamlessly connect the worlds of application development and project and portfolio managementDynamics AX & SL - Enhanced financial management and project accounting capabilities through Dynamics AX and SL Simplified Administration:Project Permissions - Empower project managers to control who can view or edit their projects with Project PermissionsUser Delegation - Enhanced delegation enables users to easily specify colleagues to act as their delegate when on vacation, without assistance from the administrator Departmental Fields - Provide a level of autonomy while maintaining enterprise standardization and control. With Departmental Fields administrators can associate Enterprise Project Types, Resources and Custom Fields to specific departments, eliminating unnecessary clutter and allowing departments to focus on their data.Centralized administration - One stop administration console for managing both project and portfolio management capabilitiesAdminister Reporting Cubes – Enhanced administration interface for displaying the status and managing available cubes. Quickly take action and intuitively add, edit, delete, copy and refresh cubesRich Platform Services:Removal of ActiveX Controls: The new JS grid eliminates the need for ActiveX controls across the system simplifying deployment and enhancing securityImproved Project Server Interface (PSI): The Project Server Interface now encompasses both the project and portfolio capabilities64-bit support provides performance improvements:Project Server 2010 64-bitProject (Std & Prof) 32-bit & 64-bitVisual Studio Developer ToolsSharePoint 2010 provides a robust development platform to rapidly build solutions using familiar tools like Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010. Developers gain access to a rich set of out-of-the-box features such as Business Connectivity Services for read/write integration between external application data, the web, and Office 2010 client.
  • Project Permissions - Empower project managers to control who can view or edit their projects with Project PermissionsUser Delegation - Enhanced delegation enables users to easily specify colleagues to act as their delegate when on vacation, without assistance from the administrator Departmental Fields - Provide a level of autonomy while maintaining enterprise standardization and control. With Departmental Fields administrators can associate Enterprise Project Types, Resources and Custom Fields to specific departments, eliminating unnecessary clutter and allowing departments to focus on their data.Centralized administration - One stop administration console for managing both project and portfolio management capabilitiesAdminister Reporting Cubes – Enhanced administration interface for displaying the status and managing available cubes. Quickly take action and intuitively add, edit, delete, copy and refresh cubes
  • ProgrammablePSI enhancements will improve extensibility and programmability, ensuring customers and partners can continue to develop custom connectors and add-on solutions With the portfolio capabilities of Project Portfolio Server 2007 being built on top of Project Server 2010, the PSI has been extended to included both project and portfolio capabilities The enhanced PSI will also be backward compatible. Providing backward compatibility with all PSI 2007 methods will help to ensure the seamless migration of all custom solutions developed on top of Project Server 2007SharePoint 2010 provides a robust development platform to rapidly build solutions using familiar tools like Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010. Developers gain access to a rich set of out-of-the-box features such as Business Connectivity Services for read/write integration between external application data, the web, and Office 2010 client.Deployable Project 2010 eliminates ActiveX controls in Project Web Access and the Portfolio Optimizer module. The main investments will include the creation of a new AJAX Grid, Gantt View, and enhanced reporting infrastructure The removal of ActiveX controls will improve security, and allow us to sell to customers that block client-side controls in their environments and that have non-Windows usersScalable64 bit SupportProject Server 2010 64-bitProject (Std & Prof) 32-bit & 64-bit Offering 64-bit compatibility for Project Standard and Professional will provide customers with performance improvements, which will be especially attractive for customers that create very large and complex master projects
  • Project Permissions - Empower project managers to control who can view or edit their projects with Project PermissionsUser Delegation - Enhanced delegation enables users to easily specify colleagues to act as their delegate when on vacation, without assistance from the administrator Departmental Fields - Provide a level of autonomy while maintaining enterprise standardization and control. With Departmental Fields administrators can associate Enterprise Project Types, Resources and Custom Fields to specific departments, eliminating unnecessary clutter and allowing departments to focus on their data.Centralized administration - One stop administration console for managing both project and portfolio management capabilitiesAdminister Reporting Cubes – Enhanced administration interface for displaying the status and managing available cubes. Quickly take action and intuitively add, edit, delete, copy and refresh cubes
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  • CM
  • IF YOU DON’T NEED IT – DON’T USE ITPLUS YOU CAN GIVE IT AWAY!
  • IF YOU DON’T NEED IT – DON’T USE ITPLUS YOU CAN GIVE IT AWAY!
  • NoneNo systems or process, no control over what projects are activeTrackingSimple tracking systems to define list of active projects, shared folder for documentsCollaborationWeb-based collaboration for project teams on tasks and documentsPlanningStandardized maintenance of project plans, tasks, resources and schedulesManagementFinancial management of project activity across multiple projectsCentralized issue and status reportingPortfolioFormalized project approvalDetailed Resource planning, capacity, and optimized forecasting
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    • 1. Together Forever:Project Server and SharePoint 2010
      SharePoint Saturday New York City
      July 2011Chris McNulty / Amy Talhouk
    • 2. Together Forever – Project Server and SharePoint (S2B-106)Architect – 300
      Chris McNulty
      KMA
      Welcome to SharePoint Saturday—The Conference
    • 3. Welcome to SharePoint Saturday—The Conference
      Thank you for being a part of the first SharePoint Saturday conference
      Please turn off all electronic devices or set them to vibrate.
      If you must take a phone call, please do so in the hall so as not to disturb others.
      Open wireless access is available at SSID: SPSTC2011
      Feel free to “tweet and blog” during the session
      Thanks to our Diamond and Platinum Sponsors:
    • 4. About KMA
      Founded 1995
      29 employees
      4 partners, including 2 co-founders
      • Principal lines of business:
      Professional Services
      SharePoint Consulting
      SharePoint Managed Services
      Custom Application Development
      Software Product
      Mekko Graphics advanced charting software
      • Roots in academia (MIT, Harvard, BU)
    • Chris McNulty
      • KMA SharePoint Practice Lead/Manager
      • 5. Working with SharePoint technologies since 2000/2001
      • 6. 20 years consulting and financial services technology (Santander, John Hancock, GMO, State Street)
      • 7. MBA in Investment Management from Boston College Carroll School of Management
      • 8. Write and speak often on Microsoft IW technologies (blogs & books)
      • 9. Microsoft MCSE/MCTS/MSA/MVTSP
      • 10. Hiking, cooking, playing guitar, colonial history, photography
      • 11. My family: Hayley, three kids (16, 7, 4) and my dog Stan
    • Six stage maturity model relative to 2010
      Project Server Platform Overview
      Dashboards and Reporting
      Project Server Architecture and Design
      Questions & Answers
      Summary, resources and next steps
      Agenda
    • 12. Too many projects
      Different audiences needing different information
      Don’t know what people are working on, what we can deliver and when
      Regenerating the same data over and over manually (email a spreadsheet around)
      Resources teams don’t know what to work on next
      No two project plans look alike
      Every estimate is different
      Process can’t grow to accommodate more demand
      No history of what issues we can learn from
      No common understanding of project constraints (resource, time, cost)
      Why should we care?
    • 13. EPM – Enterprise Project Management
      PWA – Project Web Access
      SSRS – SQL Server Reporting Services
      SSA – Shared Service Application
      SSAS – SQL Server Analysis Services
      OWA – Office Web Applications
      VORP -- Value Over Replacement Player
      Terminology
    • 14. Six Stage Maturity Model
      Portfolio
      • Formalized project approval
      • 15. Detailed Resource planning, capacity, and optimized forecasting
      http://blogs.kma-llc.net/microknowledge/2009/08/project-management-evolution-and-microsoft-sharepoint-solutions.html
    • 16.
    • 17. Maturity Level - None
      No shared understanding of what a project is or how work is organized
    • 18.
      • Simple tracking systems
      Excel File
      SharePoint List
      SharePoint Document Library
      Typically one person maintains a list for others to read
      Maturity Level - Tracking
    • 19. SharePoint Team site
      Calendar, Task List, Risk List, Documents, etc.
      Project team all works with data
      Little use outside project teams
      Not just the PM!
      Maturity Level - Collaboration
    • 20. Project Maturity Level - Planning
      Standardized maintenance of project plans, tasks, resources and schedules
      Project 2010
      SharePoint Team Site
      Enhanced task/Project synchronization in SharePoint 2010 SP1
      1 Plan = 1 Task list
      “Free-form” resource definitions and security
      Project Server
    • 21. Financial management
      Portfolio level reporting
      Centralized issue and status reporting
      Project Server 2010
      SharePoint Team site
      Dashboard
      Outside users use/add to project data
      Project Maturity Level - Management
    • 22. Demand management
      Resource forecasting
      Project Maturity Level - Portfolio
    • 23. Where are you now???
      Portfolio
      • Formalized project approval
      • 24. Detailed Resource planning, capacity, and optimized forecasting
    • Getting there…
    • 25. The decision whether to move to Project Server 2010 is related to the following factors:
      Maturity
      Complexity
      10 projects, 30 lines
      Portfolio size
      Resource management
      Dashboards and reporting
      Governance!!!
      Project Server – Why or Why Not?
    • 26. Microsoft SharePoint 2010
      Ribbon UI
      SharePoint Workspace
      SharePoint Mobile
      Office Client and Office Web App Integration
      Standards Support
      Business Connectivity Services
      InfoPath Form Services
      External Lists
      Workflow
      SharePoint Designer
      Visual Studio
      API Enhancements
      REST/ATOM/RSS
      Sites
      Tagging, Tag Cloud, Ratings
      Social Bookmarking
      Blogs and Wikis
      My Sites
      Activity Feeds
      Profiles and Expertise
      Org Browser
      Communities
      Composites
      PerformancePoint Services
      Excel Services
      Chart Web Part
      Visio Services
      Web Analytics
      SQL Server Integration
      PowerPivot
      Content
      Insights
      Enterprise Content Types
      Metadata and Navigation
      Document Sets
      Multi-stage Disposition
      Audio and Video Content Types
      Remote Blob Storage
      List Enhancements
      Search
      Social Relevance
      Phonetic Search
      Navigation
      FAST Integration
      Enhanced Pipeline
    • 27. Project 2010 Investment AreasWorkManagement Solutions for Individuals, Teams and the Enterprise
    • 28. But do you remember…
    • 29. Microsoft Project 2010Unified Project &Portfolio Management
      Single server with end to end PPM capabilities
      Flexible project capture and initiation
      Enhance governance through workflow
      Powerful portfolio selection analytics
      Simple and Intuitive User Experience
      Unified Project and Portfolio Management
      Scalable and Connected Platform
      Enhanced Collaborationand Reporting
    • 30. User Experience Web-based Project Editing brings the power of Project Professional to the browser
      Familiar Ribbon
      Online Project Editing
      Easily create schedules and conveniently update projects online
      Flexible scheduling puts you in control of the plan
      Add more than 100 tasks and assign multiple resources per task
      Gain insight through multi-level undo and change highlighting
      Simple and Intuitive User Experience
      Unified Project and Portfolio Management
      Scalable and Connected Platform
      Enhanced Collaborationand Reporting
      Manual Scheduled Tasks
      Task with End Date Only
      Reminder Notes
    • 31. Collaboration and ReportingSimplified single entry mode for time reporting and statusing
      Improved user experience
      Single entry mode to unify timesheet entry and task statusing
      Consolidated Approval Center
      New User Delegation
      Improved Timesheet Experience
      Single Entry Mode Option
    • 32. Collaboration & ReportingSimply create powerful reports and dashboards
      Business Intelligence Center
      Build Powerful Dashboards
      Quickly create reports from predefined and localized best practice templates
      Customize in Excel and render through Excel Services
      Create powerful audience based dashboards to monitor portfolio performance
      Best Practice Report Templates
      Customize in Excel
      Excel Services Webparts
    • 33. Collaboration and ReportingSharePoint Sync to Project Server 2010
      SharePoint
      Task List
      Lightweight collaboration through SharePoint Tasks list
      Sync SharePoint Tasks into Project Server to drive enterprise Resource Management and Reporting
      Take advantage of richer Project Management capabilities using Project Server
      Project Server 2010
      Project Plan
    • 34. Microsoft Project 2010Scalable and Connected Platform
      Extend Interoperability
      Simplified Administration
      Rich Platform Services
      Developer Productivity
      Simple and Intuitive User Experience
      Unified Project and Portfolio Management
      Scalable and Connected Platform
      Enhanced Collaborationand Reporting
    • 35. Simplified Administration
      Centralized administration – One stop console for managing both project and portfolio management capabilities
      User Delegation – Easily specify colleagues to act as your delegate when out of the office
      Departmental Fields – Provide a level of autonomy while maintaining enterprise standardization and control
      Cube Administration – Enhanced administration interface to visualize status and manage cubes
      Simple and Intuitive User Experience
      Unified Project and Portfolio Management
      Scalable and Connected Platform
      Enhanced Collaborationand Reporting
    • 36. Program/Platform Support
      Programmable
      Project Server Interface (PSI) 2010 backward compatible with 2007 methods
      Enhanced PSI includes project and portfolio capabilities
      Deployable
      Remove ActiveX® dependency
      Scalable
      Built on SharePoint 2010
      Project Server 2010 64-bit
      Project (Std & Prof) 32-bit & 64-bit
    • 37. SharePoint 2010/Project ServerSummary Highlights
      Demand management and workflow
      Web-based editing of plans
      SharePoint sync for light plan publishing
      Integrated timesheets/status
      PerformancePoint/Excel Services BI integration
      Simplified administration
      SharePoint Enterprise – BI, search, profiles, workflow, ECM, InfoPath, MMS, OWA, scale, etc. all integrated
    • 38. DEMO – Project Server
      • Demand Management
      • 39. Plan Creation
      • 40. Task Updates
    • EPM Business Intelligence Goals
      Answering the known questions about our project portfolio
      Allowing users to self-discover patterns and answers to questions we haven’t yet been asked
    • 41. The carousel paradox…
    • 42. “Code free” integrated solution (with SQL 2008 R2)
      (can also use Business Intelligence Developer Studio)
      SharePoint integrated mode preferred
      Export contents to Excel, Word, etc.
      Reuse in Performance Point Dashboards
      SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
    • 43. Dashboard Designer (browser downloadable)
      Integrates Excel Services, SSRS, and Performance Point Elements
      Self service modeling
      Decomposition Tree
      Ideal for SSAS but also work with standard data sources (lists, SQL)
      Requires true SQL development to build and maintain cubes for KPIs and scorecards
      If you have Project Server you already have cubes!
      PerformancePoint 2010
    • 44. Database relationships
    • 45. DEMO
      • BI and PerformancePoint
    • Architecture and Design
    • 46. Install SP Enterprise first, then Project Server
      Use SQL 2008 R2
      Reporting Services
      SharePoint Integrated
      Project Server CAL costs more $$$$
      Server design
    • 47.
      • Typical Roles:
      • 48. 100-10,000 users
      • 49. 10,000 – 1MM documents
      • 50. Scenarios
      • 51. Enterprise Project Management
      • 52. Enterprise portal
      • 53. Large scale collaboration
      • 54. Broader applications platform
      • 55. Larger external search pool
      • 56. Mix and match internal external front end servers on common content databases
      Sizing - Medium Farm
    • 57.
      • Farm level
      • 58. Web applications
      • 59. Independent top level URLs
      • 60. Run inside IIS pools
      • 61. Consume shared services and admin from the farm or other farms
      • 62. Site collections - PWA
      • 63. Project Web Application is a Site Collection!
      • 64. Security, branding, database frontier
      • 65. Contain single sites or site hierarchies
      • 66. Sites
      • 67. Group related SharePoint elements (lists, libraries, pages, web parts)
      • 68. One for each project
      Top Level Logical Components
      42
    • 69. The 2007 Shared Services Provider has been broken up; each of its elements is now a Shared Service Application
      Mix and match as needed
      In 2010, administration can be delegated
      Unlikely to delegate Project SSA outside IT!
      Shared Service Applications
    • 70. Project SSA Console
      Set up PWA site collections
      Unlikely to delegate Project SSA outside IT!
    • 71. The two faces of PWA Administration
    • 72. SharePoint Site Settings
      “Top Left”
    • 73. PWA Server Settings
      “Bottom Left”
    • 74. Dark Secrets of PWA
    • 75. Enterprise Fields ≠ Managed Metadata
      SharePoint Security Groups ≠ Project Security Roles
      Check in, check out
      Force check-in (PWA Settings)
      Cache clear (Project)
      Its hidden for a reason!
      Don’t exit w/o saving
      Write once (Project 2010), read many (PWA)
      Share edits with PWA, Tasks instead of sharing the full plan
      Project Server Usage Tips
    • 76. Project Server Accounts (Project Client)
      Patching
      Admin backups
      Engineer for BI Success
      SQL Analysis Services
      SQL Reports Integrated
      Performance Point / Secure Store Services
      Best engineering practices
    • 77. Release Cycle
      Major Service Packs 6-12 Months
      Aggregated Cumulative Updates every two months.
      Announcements
      Microsoft usually announces them on the SharePoint Team MSDN blog, http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sharepoint/ and consolidates the latest patch news at: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/ff800847.aspx
      Also, I tabulate all the patch versions and build numbers on my blog at http://blogs.kma-llc.net/microknowledge/version-build-numbers/
      Service Packs are usually directly available for download.
      For Cumulative Updates, you have to supply an email address, and you’ll be sent a link to a password encrypted download file.
      Platforms:
      SharePoint Foundation 2010
      SharePoint Server/Project Server 2010 ***
      Patching
    • 78. Patching – High Level Process
    • 79. SharePoint Coverage Across the Maturity Model
    • 80. What is a project?
      What are my projects?
      How do we run projects?
      Who’s on my team?
      What tools and templates do I want to use?
      The more you know, the more you succeed!
      Project Server Success Factors
    • 81. Where will you be?
      Portfolio
      • Formalized project approval
      • 82. Detailed Resource planning, capacity, and optimized forecasting
      = Project Server 2010
      http://blogs.kma-llc.net/microknowledge/2009/08/project-management-evolution-and-microsoft-sharepoint-solutions.html
    • 83. From Microsoft:
      EPM: http://www.microsoft.com/project
      SharePoint 2010 site: http://sharepoint.microsoft.com
      SharePoint Team Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/default.aspx
      Project Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/project
      From KMA (www.kma-llc.net)
      Monthly webinars on SharePoint 2010 (EPM, upgrades, etc.)
      White papers, blogs, presentations, news, and events
      From Me
      SharePoint Saturday the Conference
      Friday 4:30pm S5A-104 - Admin 101/SharePoint SpeedMetal (CE Forum)
      Saturday 9:30am S1A-101 - A decade of SharePoint Adoption Best Practices
      Saturday 11:30am S2B-104 - See Beyond The Numbers: Data Visualization & BI in SharePoint 2010
      Saturday 3:00pm S4A-101 Playing Tag - Managed Metadata and Taxonomies in SharePoint 2010
      New Jersey SharePoint User Group September 14 (Business Intelligence)
      SharePoint Saturday NH – September 24, 2011 (Business Intelligence)
      KMWorld DC October 2011 (IT)
      Resources - General
    • 84.
      • Questions?
      • 85. Evaluations
      • 86. Contact Me
      • 87. Prizes! Follow @kmallc for the code word!
    • Chris McNulty
      Email cmcnulty@kma-llc.net
      Blog http://blogs.kma-llc.net/microknowledge
      Twitter: @cmcnulty2000
      LinkedIn:http://www.linkedin.com/in/cmcnulty
      Thank you…
    • 88. Thanks to Our Other Sponsors!
      Thanks to our Sponsors
    • 89. Session Evaluation
      Please complete and turn in your Session Evaluation Form so we can improve future events. Survey can be filled out at:
      http://app.fluidsurveys.com/s/spstc2011-Fri-S2B-106/
      Presenter: Chris McNulty
      Session Name: Together Forever - Project Server /SharePoint
      Session No.: S2B-106