#ProjectOnline Publish all projects using #MSFLow #MicrosoftFlow #PPM #PMOT #Office365 #PowerPlatform part 1

I recently had the opportunity to present at a Microsoft Tech Sync session where I presented a session on Project Online and Flow. During this session gave examples of how Microsoft Flow compliments Project Online by enabling no / low code solutions to extend the Project Online features. I plan to do several blog posts... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline Project Center updates #O365 #PPM #PMOT #MSProject

Further to the announcement the other week regarding great improvements coming to Microsoft’s Office 365 PPM tool Project Online : https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2017/04/03/awesome-update-for-projectonline-create-and-manage-up-to-30000-projects-ppm-o365-pmot-msproject/ You may have noticed that on your Project Online PWA instance you now have two new checkbox options on the Project Center Projects ribbon to improve page load times if needed: Rollups: Gantt Chart:... Continue Reading →

#ProjectServer 2010 and #SharePoint 2010 performance analysis using PAL #paltool #PowerShell #PS2010 #SP2010 #Windows

A really useful tool for analysing Performance Counter logs is PAL – Performance Analysis of Logs. This is primarily a PowerShell tool with a GUI interference available to download from CodePlex:http://pal.codeplex.com/. The tool can be used to generate your Perfmon Templates, then to analyse the logs and create a nice HTML report output. A quick... Continue Reading →

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