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Managing projects in the cloud just got easier with Project Online...

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This presentation and video walks you through the different apps, services and subscriptions around Project Online, Project Server, Project Professional and PWA.

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Managing projects in the cloud just got easier with Project Online...

  1. 1. Office 365 Project Online Managing project just got easier…
  2. 2. Overview  Almost like clockwork, Microsoft releases a new service or app across its Office 365 offering, giving users more productivity and collaboration tools and services.  We’ll look at the different options related to Office 365 Project Online which is essentially Project Server in the cloud. What was once reserved as an on-premise Enterprise application built on SharePoint is now available as part of the Office 365 family of apps.
  3. 3. Office 365 Project Online (MSPO)  This is Microsoft’s entry into a “hosted” Project Server solution.  Project Server in the cloud.  Easier to manage and distribute project, resource and assignment information  Open’s up opportunities to share information outside corporate firewalls
  4. 4. Project Professional (Cloud-based vs On Premise):  Project Professional is the scheduling engine  Only necessary to those doing the “heavy lifting”  Subscription and non-subscription is how you pay for it  The Project Standard version does not connect to Project Server or Project Online
  5. 5. Project Web App (PWA)  The front end to Project Server or Project Online  Users browse to and are authenticated when connecting to PWA  PWA means the same thing with regards to Project Online and Project Server
  6. 6. Project Online Essentials  As a role based environment Project Essentials is reserved for team members  These users will only need access to PWA  Project Lite users will have access to assignments, status reports and important site information
  7. 7. Project Server 2016 (On-Premise)  The on premise version of Microsoft’s Project and Portfolio Management Solution  Built on SharePoint Enterprise 2016  Uses its own unique database for project, resource and site management
  8. 8. Project Server 2016 PWA  Separate end-user license for accessing PWA  Each user will need a license for PWA  Project Managers running Project Professional already have an inherent license for connecting to PWA

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