Microsoft Office Project Server 2007: New features and some that have been retired

The previous version of Project Server (Project Server 2003) was a solid solution for organizations looking for an Enterprise Project Management (EPM) toolset. It was flexible and was usually a good choice, especially when put in context of the costs of its competition. Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 is a major leap forward from the feature and function perspective. There are a host of new features and improvements. There are also a small number of features that are no longer available. This chapter covers both.

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 Home: Introduction
 Tip 1: New Project Web Access features
 Tip 2: A look at Project Professional 2007
 Tip 3: Features no longer available

Microsoft Office Project Server 2007: The Complete Reference These chapter excerpts from Microsoft Office Project Server 2007: The Complete Reference, by Dave Gochberg and Rob Stewart, are printed with permission from McGraw-Hill, Copyright 2008.

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This was first published in March 2008

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