Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 / Edition 1

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Overview

The Definitive Guide to Microsoft Office Project Server 2007

Facilitate collaboration across your entire organization using the powerful tools available in Microsoft Office Project Server 2007. Written by project management and technical professionals, this comprehensive guide shows you how to get started on Project Server 2007 and use its cutting-edge new features.

Microsoft Office Project Server 2007: The Complete Reference explains how to plan and execute a successful Project Server rollout, set up and manage projects, handle human, financial, and material resources, and use dynamic desktop components to develop powerful enterprise plans. You'll learn to work with timesheets and tasks, deliver Web-based services, and customize feature-rich Web Access Pages and dashboards. You'll also get details on optimizing performance, productivity, communication, and security.

  • Plan for a Project Server 2007 implementation
  • Install and configure Project Server environments of multiple sizes
  • Handle security using role-based permissions and authentication
  • Understand resource capacity and availability across all projects
  • Analyze data across multiple dimensions using powerful business intelligence tools
  • Track effort and costs for all tasks, projects, and resources
  • Learn ways to manage incoming project requests
  • Extend the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 collaboration platform for Project Server
  • Sort, filter, report, group, and manage corporate project and resource data
  • Implement Time and Task Management
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071485999
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/22/2008
  • Series: Complete Reference Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 647
  • Product dimensions: 1.35 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 7.44 (d)

Meet the Author

Dave Gochberg is the Enterprise Project Management Center of Excellence lead for CDW Berbee. He has been in IT for over 17 years and in consulting for 12 of those years. He has held positions that include technical and management positions. He also has extensive Project Management experience.

Rob Stewart is a Microsoft Solutions Specialist for CDW Berbee and has eight years of experience implementing Microsoft’s Enterprise Project Management toolset in the private, public, and government sectors. Prior to joining CDW Berbee, he was the Director of Information Technology for a leading software development company based in W. Michigan.

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Table of Contents

Part I: Consider This Before You Commit to Project Server 2007
Chapter 1. What Your CFO Needs to Know about Project Server
Chapter 2. The New Architecture of the Microsoft EPM Environment
Chapter 3. New Features and Some That Have Been Retired
Part II: Plan for Your Project Server 2007 Implementation
Chapter 4. Building Blocks for Implementation Success
Chapter 5. Requirements, Prioritization, and Project Planning for Project Server
Part III: Details on the Installation and Configuration of Project Server 2007
Chapter 6. Installation of Project Server 2007 and Prerequisite Software
Chapter 7. SharePoint Central Administration in a Project Server Environment
Chapter 8. Configuring Security in Your EPM Environment
Chapter 9. Configuring Enterprise Data Settings
Chapter 10. Configuring Time and Task Management
Chapter 11. Configuring Look and Feel Settings
Chapter 12. Configure the Remaining Server Settings
Chapter 13. Roll Out the Desktop
Part IV: Project Server 2007 Maintenance
Chapter 14. Performance of Your EPM System
Chapter 15. Application/Database Migration from Previous Versions
Chapter 16. Techniques and Solutions for New Project Requests
Chapter 17. Integrating Project Server 2007 with External Systems
Part V: Project Server in Action
Chapter 18. Time Tracking and Task Updates
Chapter 19. Reporting and Views
Chapter 20. Resource Management
Chapter 21. How the Project Manager Interacts with Project Server
Chapter 22. How the Team Member Interacts with Project Server
Chapter 23. How the Resource Manager Interacts with Project Server
Chapter 24. The Executive and Miscellaneous Rolls
Chapter 25. Project Server 2007—Doing More for Collaboration and Communications
Part VI: Program and Portfolio Management
Chapter 26. Program Management
Chapter 27. Project Portfolio Management
Index

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