ANNOUNCING: Demand Management Center for Project 2010 now live!

ANNOUNCING: Demand Management Center for Project 2010 now live!

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For simple information discovery - we have just published a Project 2010 Demand Management resource center that centralizes all information around Demand Management and Portfolio Strategy into one single location.

 

Many of included links include pure developer resources. We have decided not to fragment the resources between TechNet and MSDN – that’s why you might find also developer-related link to MSDN content in the above TechCenters.

Details

This new resource center is the third dedicated resource center for Project 2010 – the full list below:

 

·        Demand Management for Project 2010 - http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9739874

·        Business Intelligence for Project 2010 - http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9726143

·        Upgrade and Migration to Project 2010 - http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9676814

 

These centers are part of the Project Server 2010 TechNet TechCenter http://technet.microsoft.com/projectserver/ee263909.aspx and their concept is to collect relevant information in one place and to give end-to-end information from getting started quickly to deep dive.

 

Q&A

Q: Do I have to have a special product of flavor of Project Server 2010 to get the Demand Management and Portfolio Strategy functionality?

A: All you need to have is Project Server 2010 – all included ready when you need it. You are probably referring to the 2007 release and Project Portfolio Server 2007 that was a standalone product used in conjunction with Project Server 2007 to manage full project life-cycle from initiation through selection to planning and managing the project.

 

Q: I’m using the Project Portfolio Server 2007. Is there any migration path to Project Server 2010?

A: Yes – there is. Please  visit the Upgrade and Migration to Project 2010 - http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9676814 that has a whole section dedicated to migrating from Portfolio Server 2007.

 

Q: I’m a developer, what’s in there for me?

A: Many of included links include pure developer resources. We have decided not to fragment the resources between TechNet and MSDN – that’s why you might find also developer-related link to MSDN content in the above TechCenters.

 

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