Microsoft Planner is finally released for general availability. This means all users of Office365 can finally start using Planner for tasks and lightweight project management.
Making changes to the “Risks” list in a Project Site (connected to Project Online/Server), requires knowledge of the rules. Primary rule: Do not delete or modify
Project Managers have to learn and manage the many rules, and Best Practices, found in the Microsoft Project client. Knowing if things are planned and
Users of Project Server or Project Online typically have a need for working with a bunch of “Custom Fields”. Many of these tend to be around
As you might have seen on the O365 roadmap, the Project team has been working on an “Out of the box” PowerBI report and Dashboard
With the launch of the new PowerBI (www.powerbi.com), there is no excuse to not provide that cool responsive dashboard across all devices. But how does