What's new in microsoft project server and professional 2013

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What's new in microsoft project server and professional 2013

  1. 1. Principles of Execution What's New in Microsoft Project Server and Professional 2013
  2. 2. The importance of technology innovation! Without the telegraph the north may have lost the war!
  3. 3. The Power of Technology Innovation in 2013  The Cangandi villagers moved their village so that they could have wireless access to the internet.  Before the wireless devices they would paddle from island to island looking for buyers of the goods.  After the wireless devices they now receive orders from islanders to deliver their products when they are needed.
  4. 4. Journey from SharePoint to Project and Portfolio Management
  5. 5. The Five Game Changing Features in Project 2013 that Make Managing Projects Fun!  Enhanced User Interface – What’s New  Enhanced Collaboration Features – Project Center, Portfolio Management and Sync with SharePoint  Enhanced Capabilities for Day to Day Project Management Tasks  The Apps Store  New Reporting Features
  6. 6. Getting Started
  7. 7. User Interface  Enhanced User Interface  Enhanced Back office  MS Project 2013 Goes Social
  8. 8. Updated Back Office
  9. 9. Project Server 2013 Interface
  10. 10. New Project Server Features  New Demand and Lifecycle Management Components  New SharePoint Service Apps Work Management Service App Management Service Request Management Service Office Web Apps Business Intelligence Improvements oData Support Windows Workflow Foundation 4  Single data per Project Server App instance  Improve Queue Mechanism (uses push technology instead of pull).  New Server – Side Schedule Engine  New Permissions Mode
  11. 11. Project Server 2013 Architecture
  12. 12. Comparison of features for security modes in Project Server
  13. 13. New Project Server Architecture Features  Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0  Microsoft ASP .NET 4.0 pages  Client Side Object Model (CSOM)  oData Open Data Protocol  oAuth Security in App Model
  14. 14. Installation Process
  15. 15. Syncing with SharePoint Server 2013  Share Microsoft Project Data With A SharePoint Team  Create A New Site Or Use An Existing SharePoint Site  Ability To Map Fields  Collaborate With Others Online
  16. 16. Office 365 & MS Project 2013
  17. 17. Project Portfolio Management in MSPS 2013
  18. 18. New Project Filters  Completed Milestones  Late Milestones  Milestones Due This Month  No Actuals  No Resources Assigned  Over-allocated Tasks  Summary Task with Assigned Resources  Tasks Due This Week  Tasks Starting Soon  Tasks with Duration < 8hrs  Upcoming Milestones
  19. 19. New Cumulative Fields  Baseline Cumulative Work  Baseline Remaining Cumulative Work  Baseline Remaining Tasks  Cumulative Actual Work  Remaining Actual Tasks  Remaining Cumulative Actual Work  Remaining Cumulative Work  Remaining Tasks
  20. 20. New Tasks Path Feature
  21. 21. New Inactive Tasks  Project 2010  Project 2013
  22. 22. App Store
  23. 23. Apps for Office
  24. 24. The Project Manager’s Mantra  Location, Location, Location  Communication, Communication, Communication
  25. 25. The Old Way of Reporting in MS Project
  26. 26. New Reporting Capability  Enhanced Reporting Engine  Dashboard Reporting Built In.  Excel Like Report Formatting  Share and Integrate Between Other Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel PowerPoint)
  27. 27. Next Step – Learn More
  28. 28. Q&A
  29. 29. Thank you for your time! For more information please contact: Principles of Execution LLC Gerald Leonard PMP, MCTS, ITIL Email: Gerald@principlesofexecution.com Website: http://www.principlesofexecution.com

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