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    Office 365 end user training

    A good friend of mine and SharePoint MVP, Martin Harwar, recently released ShowMe Office 365 . It’s really great to see this solution – super easy to add to Office 365 and great way to train end users. I’ve been asking Martin every time I see him when...
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    New features and new Office 365 tech blog

    We’re shipping new Office 365 features every month and to effectively communicate what we’re delivering to all our customers and partners, my team launched the Office 365 technology blog @ http://blogs.office.com/b/office365tech/ . I highly encourage...
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    My favorite Office 365 features

    It’s been months since I blogged. Things have been busy in my current role! My team has been heads down on the most recent significant update to Office 365. It’s a super exciting space to be in and everyone here is committed to delivering innovation on...
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    Office as a service

    One of my personal favorite new investment areas of the new Office release is how the Office client has transformed to a service. This is game changing and marries the beautiful, rich value of a rich client with the deployment ease of a browser app. Many...
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    Office 365 Investments

    The last few months in the new job have been super busy. The Office 365 team is passionate, customer focused and agile. Just in the last few months, we’ve made a number of investments. As a result, I haven’t been able to blog as much as I’d...
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    Office 365 : Continuous Innovation

    One of the great things about Office 365 is that we can continuously innovate and improve our service. And that’s exactly what we’ve been doing. You can learn all about our updates @ http://community.office365.com/en-us/w/office_365_service_updates/default...
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    To The Cloud!

    I’ve taken a new role in the Microsoft Office Division and I’m excited to say that my new team will be leading core product management for our Office 365 Suites. Our mission is to deliver the best online productivity solution in the industry to our customers...
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    Project Collaboration with Microsoft Project 2010 and Office 365

    I wanted to call out some really interesting content that highlights the power of Microsoft Project 2010, Office 2010 and Office 365. I definitely recommend reading the article and watching the videos from http://blogs.msdn.com/b/project/archive/2012...
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    Cell Phone Trends in Asia

    I had a unique opportunity to spend 6 weeks in Asia – specifically in India, Cambodia and Thailand from early November to late December. And while this was a personal trip, I observed technology trends that were quite different from the US. Here are a...
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    Project Conference 2012 – Register now!

    The Project Conference 2012 is less than 4 months away! It’s an opportunity to see the Microsoft Project team and share ideas & experiences with the greater Microsoft Project community. This conference is ideal for Business owners, Project Managers...
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    My Netbook, OneNote and Phone

    Over the next few weeks, I’m traveling around the world spending time with friends and family. I plan to stay unplugged from work the entire time. But unplugged from work doesn’t mean unplugged from technology. :-) Here’s how I’m balancing the art of...
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    Using Microsoft Project 2010 to Plan My Trip

    I’m taking a sabbatical from October 7th to January 2nd. It’s an award I was given at my 10 year Microsoft anniversary. It’s an opportunity to unplug, relax and come back recharged for 2012 – specifically Project Conference 2012 in March! There’s never...
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    Project 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Training

    With Project 2010 and SharePoint 2010 deployment on the rise, it’s important to think about end user adoption and education. End user training is important to improve business processes and get value out of your software. As Dux often says when people...
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    Transforming your Enterprise Business

    One of the best parts of my job is the opportunity I have to talk with our partners. The Microsoft Project partner ecosystem is dedicated, vast and highly skilled! They provide a great deal of insight on deployment, adoption and overall feedback which...
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    Worldwide Partner Conference

    It’s always exciting to have an opportunity to spend time with partners. It’s been a little more than one year since we launched Project 2010, and I’m looking forward to meeting many of our partners in Los Angeles this week. WPC is an opportunity for...
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    Microsoft is Rated in the Gartner Project and Portfolio Applications MarketScope

    [Cross-posted at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/project/archive/2011/06/20/microsoft-is-rated-in-the-gartner-project-and-portfolio-applications-marketscope.aspx ] For those of you who don’t follow the official Project Team Blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/project...
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    Project 2010 SP1 and more

    A lot of exciting things happening in the world of Microsoft Project! It’s been a year since we launched and we’re seeing great customer and partner momentum with Microsoft Project 2010! I thought I would share just a few of the recent exciting news for...
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    Microsoft Project in Mexico and Brazil

    This week, I have an opportunity to meet Microsoft Project customers and partners in Mexico and Brazil. I categorize this trip as a short “long trip” where I’m spending 4 days in productive meetings and about a day traveling! I’m just wrapping up my trip...
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    SharePoint End User Training Update

    I’m enjoying vacation right now and thought I would take a few minutes to update you on some SharePoint End User Training content and information. In my current role, my focus is Microsoft Project, but I continue hearing from friends, MVPs, customers...
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    CapGemini Posts Review of Project 2010

    CapGemini recently posted a comprehensive review of Project & Project Server 2010 that you can download and read. You can find the pointer along with excerpts from the review at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/project/archive/2011/02/17/capgemini-posts-review...
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    Microsoft is a leader in Enterprise IT PPM and ALM

    In IDC’s most recent PPM MarketScape, Microsoft was listed as a leader in the Enterprise IT PPM and ALM views. This is in line with what we’re hearing from our customer and partner communities. We’re seeing customers and partners deploying Project &...
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    Managing all your projects

    No matter what your day job is, you’re involved in projects every day: testing a product, writing a whitepaper/book, running an event or even home “projects” like buying groceries, building a home extension or raising money for a charity. Simply put,...
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    Poker Analyzer Windows Phone 7 Application

    If you’re a poker enthusiast and have a Windows Phone 7, I encourage you to check out an application I recently published: Poker Analyzer . Poker Analyzer is for poker enthusiasts who want to improve their poker skills. Poker Analyzer gives accurate winning...
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    A look back at 2010

    With the year coming to an end, I want to thank everyone for their support & wish everyone a very happy new year! 2010 was a busy & exciting year for Microsoft! As I mentioned in a previous post, we saw some great exciting technology on the consumer...
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    MPUG Interview at the PMI Global Congress

    At the PMI Global Congress, Melanie Cosklo (President of MPUG ) interviewed me right on the show floor! She asked some great questions albeit in a very crowded, noisy area – check it out! The one thing I couldn’t do was show Project 2010 in the video...
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