9780071485999

Microsoft® Office Project Server 2007: The Complete Reference

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    9780071485999

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    0071485996

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2008-02-12
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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Summary

The ultimate guide to Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 This comprehensive guide takes you through the planning and implementation lifecycle of a Project Server installation. You will learn how to utilize this powerful software to set up and manage projects, allocate human as well as financial resources, track progress, and adjust activities quickly to accommodate project changes and updates.

Author Biography

Dave Gerbach works for Berbee Information Networks, specializing in the area of Microsoft Enterprise Project Management.

Rob Stewart is a technical consultant for Berbee and has eight years of experience with Microsoft's Project Management suite of tools.

Table of Contents

Consider This Before You Commit to Project Server 2007
What Your CFO Needs to Know about Project Server
The New Architecture of the Microsoft EPM Environment
New Features and Some That Have Been Retired
Plan for Your Project Server 2007 Implementation
Building Blocks for Implementation Success
Requirements, Prioritization, and Project Planning for Project Server
Details on the Installation and Configuration of Project Server 2007
Installation of Project Server 2007 and Prerequisite Software
SharePoint Central Administration in a Project Server Environment
Configuring Security in Your EPM Environment
Configuring Enterprise Data Settings
Configuring Time and Task Management
Configuring Look and Feel Settings
Configure the Remaining Server Settings
Roll Out the Desktop
Project Server 2007 Maintenance
Performance of Your EPM System
Application/Database Migration from Previous Versions
Techniques and Solutions for New Project Requests
Integrating Project Server 2007 with External Systems
Project Server in Action
Time Tracking and Task Updates
Reporting and Views
Resource Management
How the Project Manager Interacts with Project Server
How the Team Member Interacts with Project Server
How the Resource Manager Interacts with Project Server
The Executive and Miscellaneous Rolls
Project Server 2007--Doing More for Collaboration and Communications
Program and Portfolio Management
Program Management
Project Portfolio Management
Index
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