It was my pleasure to be asked to speak at the European SharePoint Best Practices Conference in London this week. It was also great to see the interest in Microsoft Project Server 2010. I knew the interest was there.
As promised, below are the PowerPoint slides from my sessions.
Thanks again to Combined-Knowledge AND London for hosting such a great conference. Hope to see you again next year!
Best Practices for Deploying Project Server 2010 on SharePoint Server 2010
Technical Level: 300
As the SharePoint Administrator, you’ve spent months fine tuning your SharePoint Farm to get it running like a well-oiled machine. Now the execs are telling you to deploy Project Server 2010. BUT THERE’S NO NEED TO PANIC! Since you already know SharePoint Server 2010, you’re well over half-way to deploying Project Server 2010. In this session, we will present how to install and configure Project Server 2010. We will explain how Project Server 2010 works with SharePoint, provide a detailed roadmap to successfully implement Project Server in your SharePoint Farm AND give you the tips-n-tricks to complete all the tasks in the shortest amount of time.
Best Practices to Managing Projects using Project Server 2010
Technical Level: 200
Do you want to centrally manage projects/resources that go well beyond to creating a task list or a collection of yellow sticky notes? When you look at Microsoft Project, do you see an Excel spreadsheet that creates pretty Gantt charts and wondered if there’s more to this tool? Well this session is for you. In this session, we will present how to manage projects using Project Server 2010 with Project Professional 2010. We will explain how Project Server works, how to assign resources to a project, create a project baseline, track the progress of your project and how to display your project data that your manager will understand and love