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Project Momentum 2010 (EMEA) Event Slide Presentations

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  • Language: English

Seven PowerPoint presentations from the Project Momentum 2010 EMEA event (Barcelona, on November 16-18, 2010)

  • This download contains seven Microsoft PowerPoint presentations from the Project Momentum 2010 EMEA event held in Barcelona Spain on November 16-18, 2010. The presentations in this download are from the Technical Track and include:
    • Deploying Microsoft Project Server 2010 by Christophe Fiessinger
    • Hitchhiker’s Guide to Demand Management by Steven Haden
    • Project 2010 Development for SharePoint Developers by Jan Kalis
    • Light Up Your Project 2010 with SharePoint Server 2010 BI Capabilities by Jan Kalis
    • Project Server 2010 Upgrade and Migration by Raphael Ax, Jan Kalis, and Bishan Ruder
    • Best Practices: Troubleshooting Project Server 2010 Deployments by Brian Smith
    • Continuing Innovation in Project 2010 by Eric Zenz
    You can view Project Momentum 2010 videos from the Microsoft Showcase media Web site. For additional technical information referenced in the slides, see the Project Server 2010 TechCenter (TechNet) or the Project 2010 Developer Center (MSDN). For more information about Project 2010, see the Project 2010 Web site.


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Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP

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