Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010 | Second Edition
|Rating||:||4.73 (964 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||138 Pages|
KDx said Kindle Version extremely useful for working offsite. I have both the book which stays in my office and the Kindle Version of this and other Microsoft Project ebooks from the series. The Kindle Version doesn't have a sample CD but you can download the sample files from the authors' site.I also use the ebook on my PC via the free . "Ripped Off on Electronic Version" according to Noel. This is a useful edition for Microsoft Project Server 2010. I was thrilled when I learned it was available as a Kindle ebook. Imagine having to carry the hard copy monster back and forth to work. So I was thrilled to download it to my Kindle and slip it in my purse. However, I. "A Must Have for any Project Server Administrator" according to MICHAEL MARTINEZ. This is the reference manual for any Project Server Administrator. I have found information in this book that did not exist anywhere else. This is the book to buy to implement a world class system.
This book begins with the organizational strategies you need to succeed with an EPM deployment and follows through with an implementation plan and step-by-step instructions for installing, configuring, and deploying the Project Server 2010 platform to your organization. Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010 Second Edition is your essential reference guide for installing, configuring, and deploying Project Server to your enterprise. Loaded with best practices, warnings, and tips from Project Server gurus Gary Chefetz and Dale Howard, Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010 Second Edition sets the gold standard for Project Server implementation.