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Implementing and Administering Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 is a complete guide to implementing and configuring a Microsoft EPM solution using Microsoft Project Server 2007, Windows SharePoint Services, and Microsoft Project Professional 2007. This book provides you with systematic deployment and configuration guidance for creating and maintaining your Project Server configuration and Project Server environment. Taking a building-block approach to the topical ordering in this book, it begins with two modules that provide an overview of the non-technical and technical challenges to implementing Project Server. Module 3 provides a complete start-to-finish deployment guide and a template that takes you through forming your deployment team and determining your organizational requirements to designing and implementing a configuration to meet your requirements. The two modules that follow walk you through installing and configuring SharePoint and Project Server as well as configuring Analysis Services, SQL backups, and your desktops. The next nine modules show you how to configure the Project Server environment, while the final two modules cover day-to-day operations for maintaining Project Server and Windows SharePoint Server. Throughout each module, you get a generous amount of Notes, Warnings, and Best Practices. Notes call your attention to important additional information about a subject. Warnings help you avoid the most common problems experienced by others and Best Practices provide tips for using the tool based on our field experience. With this book by your side, you can confidently deploy and manage the Microsoft EPM environment.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.9" Width: 8.5" Height: 2.1" Weight: 5.15 lbs.
Release Date Oct 24, 2007
ISBN 193424001X ISBN13 9781934240014
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More About Gary L. Chefetz
Gary L. Chefetz is an independent Microsoft Project Consultant with over 20 years of project management experience, mostly in the areas of technology deployment and software development. Chefetz is a published author on Microsoft Project and has been given the prestigious Microsoft Project" Most Valuable Professional" (MVP) award for 2002 and 2003. You can find him haunting the Project newsgroups in the Microsoft communities.
Gary L. Chefetz currently resides in New York. Gary L. Chefetz was born in 1957.
Reviews - What do customers think about Implementing and Administering Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 (Epm Learning)?
Very well written, very easy read ! Mar 31, 2008
Thanks Gary & Dale for getting me up to speed in short order. Your book, Implementing and Administering MS Office Project Server 2007 is a great read and a great reference as we begin our MSPS Server 2007 implementation. I now visit the MS ProjectExperts web page regularly and look forward to more great insights and products. Well done !
Jim Gibbons PMP US Dept. of Labor EITPMO SME
Highly Recommended Dec 22, 2007
Gary and Dale have written many books, this is the best yet. I cannot recommend strongly enough that if you are about to embark on an EPM implementations, be you an EPM implementor or part of the organization the EPM implementation is for, you NEED this book. Given the time you will save and the added value you will provide after reading the book, the decision is a no-brainer: buy it!
Don't try to implement Project Server 2007 without this book! Dec 21, 2007
As an EPM implementor and PMO Director at a technology company, my advice to you is this: If you are implementing MOPS 2007, buy this book! It contains outstanding practical advice and best practices about how to SUCCESSFULLY implement this tool.
My only regret is that it wasn't published before we started our implementation... it would have saved us several MONTHS of figuring out how do do it ourselves.
Note: I am in no way affiliated with MSProjectExperts, nor am I receiving any kind of compensation for this endorsement. These books have saved us tons of time and rework!
Must have for Project Server 2007 Admins and PMO head Dec 18, 2007
Gary and Dale, keep hitting it square on the head. This book is the best I have seen for managing project server 2007 and sharepoint 2007. I have looked at much of the Microsoft documentation, but this book gets to the heart of what is needed. It has great explanations and step-by-step procedures. I would recommend to anyone who is going to configure, manage, and monitor project server 2007. Also, it is a great book for those people who designing a project management office in their company. It will have you frame out your PMIS for your PMO.
Review of MS Project Server 2007 book from MSProjectExperts Nov 30, 2007
Gary and Dale's book is VERY thorough, and well organized. Given that the book is an 8/12 x 11 paperback of over 800 pages, it not something to curl up with in bed! If they offered it in a loose-leaf form to put in a binder, it would be easier to handle. One annoying feature is that most illustrations are on the FOLLOWING page from the texts referencing them.