Tony Zink
Tony Zink

5 months 3 days ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2013, Scheduling

There are several configuration settings available in Microsoft Project that control how the tool looks and behaves; many of the settings are merely personal preferences, but some of them can be dangerous to your project schedule if you do not understand and configure them properly.

Tom Henry
Tom Henry

5 months 1 week ago

Categories: Uncategorized

This is the first in a series of common mistakes that I see people making within Microsoft Project on a daily basis. This series will hopefully help you to avoid these mistakes and use the tool more efficiently.

Debbie Perez
Debbie Perez

5 months 3 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project 2013

Did you know there are several things about Microsoft Project 2013, you may not know.  In the words of Farmers Insurance, "What you don't know, can hurt you."

Let's start with the Gantt chart display.

Michael Lapidakis
Michael Lapidakis

5 months 3 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project Server 2013

Today, while configuring Active Directory Resource Pool Synchronization for a client of ours, I ran into what seems to be a pretty serious issue. I was unable to save the AD group from the Settings page. When I went to click “Save” nothing happened, not even an error.

Charles Edward
Charles Edward

5 months 4 weeks ago

Categories: Uncategorized

There are times when you are travelling or you know you won’t have access to Project Server due to VPN issues, a bad connection or whatever the case may be. You might still need to work on the schedule and make updates. How do you go about accessing your schedule in this instance?

Tony Zink
Tony Zink

6 months 2 days ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2013, Scheduling

You may initially think that Microsoft Project's auto save feature can be a great life saver... but beware!

When you save a project schedule in Microsoft Project -- either manually or automatically -- all of your 'undo' operations are removed.

Prior to the save:

Tony Zink

Effectively managing a project requires -- among other things -- the ability to be organized and make the most effective use of people's time. It also requires the respect of your project team... which you can quickly lose if you cannot run an effective project team meeting.

Lauren Skidmore
Lauren Skidmore

6 months 1 week ago

Categories: Microsoft Project 2013, Scheduling

With millions of users worldwide, Microsoft Project is the world's most popular project scheduling software.

Tony Zink
Tony Zink

6 months 2 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project Server, Microsoft Project Server 2013, SharePoint

If you have implemented Microsoft Project Server or Project Online and are trying to motivate people to use the Project Sites to store and share project-related risks, issues, documents, and other artifacts, then it would be good to know whether people are actually using these repositories regula

Tony Zink
Tony Zink

6 months 2 weeks ago

Categories: Press Release

EPMA has been awarded the 16th Best Company to Work for in Texas for 2014 by the Texas Association of Business and the Society for Human Resource Management-Texas State Council.

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