OSP221 Project Online What's the hype? Marc Soester

OSP221 Project Online What's the hype? Marc Soester Project MVP Why should you be here today? Cloud VS On-Premise Overview of Project Online DEMO Options and License Cloud tool Considerati on Q&A To determine what works for your company Project Server Cloud and OnPremisesProject

Project Prioritisation Management Resource Management Timesheet Management Cost Management Collaboration Management Schedule Management Project Process Workflow Program Management Risk and Issue Management Report Automation And lots more.. On Premises vs. In the Cloud Business Challenges Our employees want to work together from virtually anywhere. I need the flexibility to

manage without up-front infrastructure costs. Our company can compete only if we align investment with business priorities. We want more visibility and control over what people are working on. Project On Premises You control hardware Full BI capability Printable Reports IT Department Constrains Big upfront investment

License Agreements Integration with LOB Systems Custom Development Upgrade can be expensive External Access is more difficult Office 365 Project Online Get Started Quickly online Apps Store to enhance functionality No Hardware maintenance

No Reporting Services Difficult Integration with LOB Simplify IT Access everywhere Subscription based license No Cubes (yet) Difficult Custom development What is your Cloud Solution? Team Size vs. Complexity of toolset Individual Team

Enterpris e Project and Portfolio Management Organisational Visibility, automation and Control Collaboration and Schedule Management Project Collaboration and Task Management Documentation and tracking Low Project Online SharePoint & Project Pro365 SharePoint online Office 365

Medium High Demo Project online The overview Project Online The approach and the Tools Define Identify Approval Add Reporting your Process - your data set Project Methodology -

Cost Management - What type of Project? Project Attributes Process SharePoin t - Designer Who signs off on what? - What needs to happen when approved / rejected Excel -

- What reporting requirement do I have ? Project / Program Portfolio - Schedule Management - W.B.S, - Risk & Issue Management - Risk & Issues Data

- Resource reporting? - Change Request - Change Mngt Data - Trend Analysis? - . - . functionali

ty The App Store - Risk Matrix - Bulk Publish - Bulk Update - Milestone Tracking Demo Project online The Tools And the winner is.. Projects - Office 365 Products

For Projects For Enterprise Projects , Programs and Portfolio Management Project Pro for Office 365 Project Online for Project Managers for PPM team members Technically is a Technically is a Works with all Project Professional 2013 clients Project Online with Project Pro for Office 365 Can be deployed standalone

Fully featured client Works with Project Server, SharePoint Server, Project Online, SharePoint Online 2013 Always up to date Delivered through click to run for PPM Project Managers Is Licensed as A choice of subscription terms monthly, yearly, 3 yearly Waterfall discounting applicable End user licensing Roaming rights Trial available Can be deployed within an existing SharePoint Online 2013 E tenant Is Licensed as

A choice of subscription terms, yearly or 3 yearly Waterfall discounting applicable End user licensing Trial available Project Server Technical & License Dependencies for 2013 On-Premise Project Server SharePoint Server Windows Server SQL Server Core, Proc or Server Server Licenses Project Professional OR Project Pro fororOffice 365 OR

Project Server CAL EnterpriseSharePoint CAL Suite Server Enterprise CAL SharePoint Server Standard CAL Windows Server CAL SQL Server CAL, if not Core or Proc Online End User Licenses Project Online with Project Pro for Office 365 Project Online Add onon allall Project Office 365 SKUs Add Project Office 365 SKUs

Enterprise Suites Exchange, SharePoint and Lync work together to provide even more value in the Enterprise Suites K1 K2 E1 E2 E3 E4 Email, Calendar 1 GB 1 GB 25 GB 25 GB 25 GB 25 GB IM and Presence

E3 View, Edit and Create View, Edit and Create View, Edit and Create E2 Up to 3000 sites Up to 3000 sites Up to 3000 sites

Rights Management Office 365 ProPlus Office Web Apps Collaboration Voicemail, Archiving, Data Loss Prevention Excel/Access/ Visio Services

Enterprise Voice View and Edit K2 K1 Up to 3000 sites E4 E1 Be aware when implementing a PPM Solution Project Online Q&A Delivers full Project Portfolio Management (PPM) in the cloud Connect Online to on-premise Line Of Business Apps Achieve on-premise to Online migration Track using Odata and customize using CSOMCSOM Preview is for temporary use only Office 365 is an evergreen service. Customers need to stay

current. Use the Project Online forum and Wiki for Questions & Answers Azure VM (IaaS) vs. Project Online (SaaS) Resources Learning Sessions on Demand http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/ Australia/2013 TechNet Resources for IT Professionals http://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/ Virtual Academy http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/ Developer Network Resources for Developers http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-au/ Keep Learning 1. Keep up to date with all the latest Office 365 information

at http://ignite.office.com 2. Get on top of your pilot using the FastTrack deployment process http://fastTrack.office.com 3. Trial Office 365 http://office.microsoft.com 2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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