Project Server 2016 to be Released in May 2016

Microsoft finally made the much anticipated announcement that Project Server 2016 will be officially released to consumers this coming May. Now you may or may not already know that Project Professional 2016 and Project Pro for Office 365 (Project Online) have already been released. So what does this mean to you? EPMA has been testing Read more about Project Server 2016 to be Released in May 2016[…]

Deleting Users in Microsoft Project Server

It is highly recommended that you do not delete Resource/Users when using a PPM tool such as Microsoft Project because you could potentially lose all the history related to the resource/user. For example – You create a user named John Smith who can also be assigned to projects as a resource. You have assigned John Read more about Deleting Users in Microsoft Project Server[…]

Difference Between Managing Projects with Microsoft Professional and Project Standard

MS Project Professional Vs MS Project Standard Did you know that are a lot of difference between MS Project Professional and MS Project Standard?  There are a few that make a lot of difference in how you may manage your project.  For example, resources: Inactivate Resources Standard – can be not viewed Professional – displayed Read more about Difference Between Managing Projects with Microsoft Professional and Project Standard[…]

Booking Type to Proposed

Using the Build Team From Enterprise feature to set a resource’s Booking Status to “Proposed” provides several benefits: Changes resource classification in the Resource Center. Prevents or removes the tasks from the resources “My Tasks” page. Prevents the system from sending the automated emails when the project is published. Is a good way to clean up resources My Read more about Booking Type to Proposed[…]