Weekly Round-up: Project Online, SSIS and OData, Project Lite and a Mac reminder

Something old, new, certainly borrowed – not sure about blue…

New – Marc Boyer has just published the article Replicate Project Online Reporting Data to a SQL Server database using the OData protocol out on MSDN – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/dn720853(v=office.15).aspx with the promise of more to come over the next couple of months.  Great for our customers and partners working with Project Online and wanting to use different reporting tools.  The article covers using SQL Server Integration Services to pull your Project Online data to a another data source – either locally or could be in the cloud too.

Old – Just a reminder – the article I did over a year ago on using the Apple Mac with Project Online and Project Pro for Office 365 is worth a read if you are looking for Mac and Project solutions – and we certainly get quite a few questions on this topic – http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectsupport/archive/2013/05/21/project-online-how-do-i-use-my-apple-mac.aspx

Borrowed – Mostly referencing Sonia’s great content for Team Members, the Project Lite article over on the Project Support site gives more information about our latest licensing option for Team Members in your Project Online environments – Project Lite- More affordable access for Project Online Team Members

Blue?  Best I could come up with…