To integrate, or not to integrate data (in Project Server or Project Online)

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on September 29, 2016

When is it a good idea to follow through data integration ideas with Project Server or with Project Online? Almost every client I’ve worked with brings this topic up after adopting the tool set. Is this a good idea? It depends. In this blog, I will share my rule of thumb to help you make

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Unable to edit PDP fields even if Project is in Edit mode and checked out to you

Posted By Posted by: Irfan Rizvi on September 23, 2016

I recently came across this scenario during testing. For this specific customer there is a stage in project governance workflow, where portfolio manager updates certain fields on the Project information PDP. When I logged in as the test portfolio manager, I was able to click Edit in the ribbon but the fields were locked on

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Microsoft Office 365 Planner Side by Side with Project Online

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on September 14, 2016

Microsoft released their planner service last June for Office 365 Enterprise subscriptions. It is another way to address how we manage tasks and digitally experience teamwork. If you’ve googled Microsoft Planner, you probably have read comparisons with tools like Trello. Most bloggers come up with a conclusion that Planner is simpler than Project Online and it

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