You may already know this, but Project for the web comes with a Dynamics app called Project. At the time of writing this post, the app provides you with the following capabilities:Read the rest of this entry »
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Project for the web is Microsoft’s most recent offering for cloud-based work and project management. It’s built on top of Common Data Service (CDS), which opens a lot of possibilities when working with Microsoft’s new chapter of project management software. One of the scenarios made possible by CDS and the Power platform is building robust workflows, using modern tools and no code.Read the rest of this entry »
Gartner’s 2019 Magic Quadrant for Integrated IT Portfolio Analysis Applications (IIPA) was just released, and once again, UMT360 has been recognized as a visionary provider. According to Gartner, “integrating portfolios using IIPA software enables IT managers to see the cost, effort, technical complexity, feasibility and interrelated effects of a proposed IT change or digital initiative before it is approved.”Read the rest of this entry »
This blog post details upcoming changes to the UMT360 software support matrix:
In 2015 Microsoft released Edge as the flagship browser that will support modern web technologies and over time replace Internet Explorer (IE). Since then, IE has not received major updates, and has not kept pace with modern web standards required by today’s web applications. Earlier this year, Microsoft discouraged the use of Internet Explorer as a default browser.
To allow us to continue to take advantage of modern web standards and deliver improved features and the best possible user experience across all of our products, we have decided to end support for IE10. We will continue supporting Internet Explorer 11.
What does end of support for IE10 mean?
End of support means we will not fix bugs that are specific to IE10, and new features might not be fully compatible with this browser version.
When is this happening?
We will no longer provide support for IE10 starting on January 1st, 2020.
What this means for you
In preparation for the end of support dates, we recommend switching to one of our supported browsers, such as Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Microsoft IE 11 or Mozilla Firefox.
Microsoft’s mainstream support for SharePoint 2013 Service Pack 1 ended on April 10, 2018. In order for us to continue to provide our customers with the best possible capabilities in UMT360, we have decided to end mainstream support for UMT360 for SharePoint 2013 starting with the next major version of UMT360.
What does end of mainstream support for UMT360 for SharePoint 2013 mean?
New features and enhancements will no longer be released for customers running UMT360 for SharePoint 2013. Specific product fixes will continue to be released for UMT360 for SharePoint 2013, as needed, to address critical issues.
What this means for you?
If you are a customer that runs UMT360 for SharePoint 2013 and want to continue using the current capabilities of UMT360 going forward, we are committed to continue providing you with support. However, in order to receive new features, enhancements and new capabilities at a fast pace going forward, you have the following options:
When is this happening?
Mainstream support for UMT360 for SharePoint 2013 will end once the next major version of UMT360 (Version 6 – v6) will be released. General availability of UMT360 v6 is projected for April 2020.
Thank you for continuing to be a valued UMT360 customer. Feel free to reach out to us if you would like additional details around migrating to UMT360 Online or if you require help upgrading your SharePoint 2013 platform to a newer version.
Project for the web marks the next chapter for Microsoft Project, providing a distinctive modern web interface and user experience for managing work of any size.Read the rest of this entry »