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UMT360 extends Project for the Web capabilities

Written by admin on February 24th, 2020 at 4:18 pm

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. In this post, we’ll explore how you can quickly add the robust portfolio management capabilities needed to help you accelerate business transformation.

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Building reports and dashboards with Project for the web

Written by admin on October 28th, 2019 at 1:07 pm

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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.

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Exciting new roadmapping capabilities now available for Microsoft Project users!

Written by Ben Chamberlain on January 18th, 2019 at 11:57 am

Microsoft recently released a new feature for Project called Roadmap. According to Microsoft, “Roadmap is a visually exciting way to combine information from multiple Waterfall and Agile projects and share it with co-workers.” But that’s just the beginning…

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New Pricing & Options For Microsoft PPM Cloud

Written by Margaret Wallace MPM, MCP, MCTS on August 17th, 2016 at 8:45 am

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Microsoft recently announced new pricing for its Project Cloud PPM platform. As with any pricing change, how this new plan may impact your organization depends on your particular situation. Let’s first take a look at the facts, which will help provide a clearer idea of what it could mean to you.

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Microsoft PPM Platforms: The Fact And The Fiction

Written by Ben Chamberlain on January 27th, 2016 at 4:19 pm

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“Decades-old fables about Microsoft Project’s lack of capabilities bear little resemblance to today’s reality.”

We’ve all heard the age-old myths about the moon being made of cheese or fantastic creatures patrolling murky depths or hairy giants haunting the Pacific Northwest. With experience comes the wisdom to recognize which is truth and which isn’t. Yet, some of us do still occasionally fall for a modern myth or urban legend. Just ask anyone who still believes that Elvis has never really “left the building.”