Presentation DetailsTitle: Transitioning from SP to PS for Enterprise Project Management
As a Project Manager, challenges exist with determining what are the best tools to use to help you be most effective. Project Server and SharePoint are two different tools for Project Management that include various advantages and disadvantages but there is the ability to go too deep into the toolset. With the 2013 releases, we have more choices than ever to easily provide tools to support the Project Management effort, but which tools are the right choice and when are we going too complex?
In this session, you will come away with the following information:
A high level understanding of how SharePoint and Project Server work togetherThe benefits of enterprise project managementProject management maturity expectations as solutions become increasingly more complex
Bio: Giles Hamson has been working with collaboration technologies since 2001 and has been implementing SharePoint solutions from 2004; starting with SharePoint Portal Server 2003 whilst working in the Microsoft Dynamics division in Reading, UK.
Giles has worked in multiple roles throughout his career working as a business analyst, moving into system analysis and development roles. After gaining experience across Linux, Solaris and Microsoft disciplines, Giles moved into consultancy within the education market creating learning platform solutions based on SharePoint and integration with 3rd party vendors. After several successful implementations Giles moved into consultancy in SharePoint and Project Server across multiple industry verticals.
Giles has recently moved from the UK to Austin, TX and joined BrightStarr.
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