And a new look for this blog – thought it was time for a spring clean (just as some more snow arrives), a new header picture and the new Microsoft logo. The latest post on Project Support is titled Project Online- How do I get a copy of my databases- and people who […]
You don’t… We have had this question a couple of times so thought it worth a posting. Customers and partners familiar with Project Server 2013 or even Project Server 2010, may be used to copying the databases to another server for testing or reporting or whatever. In Project Online that certainly isn’t an option. You […]
A couple of postings today over on the Project Support blog – and I split this into two to hopefully avoid confusion. The first looks at the changes in location of Server Settings in Project Server 2013 compared to Project Server 2010 – Project Server 2013- Server Settings. The second takes a similar look – […]
This is a follow up post to the one on Project Server 2013 Server Settings and covers the Server Settings options in Project Online. If you are new to Project Online and never used Project Server 2010 or Project Server 2013 then you probably don’t need to read further. You won’t miss what you never […]
In Project Server 2013 we have moved some of the Server Settings options that were familiar to people in Project Server 2010, and in Project Online there are other changes to these server settings due to the nature of the service offering – and the fact that you no longer have to manage the server […]
This one on the ferry back to Edmonds from Kingston (Puget Sound). Two cameras below deck in the car – so the Lumia 920 to the rescue!
Some days things just come together, and you can get to a camera. In this case the evening sunset was the first light of the day, the hills and mountains had seen some fresh snow and my new K-01 was within reach. Throw open a window as there probably wasn’t time to get outside and […]