Category Archives: Migration

Project Portfolio Management: On-Premise vs Cloud

Choosing project portfolio management software, organizations may question what’s the difference between on-premise vs cloud based platforms. On-premise (sometimes called customer-hosted) software solutions are installed and managed on-site, in an organization’s own data center, instead of cloud software, which is hosted offsite and accessed via the internet. While both have their advantages, an organization must […]

Planning Cloud PPM Migration: Best Practices

Cloud PPM migration is a process of moving projects and other project data from an organization’s premises to a cloud project portfolio management platform (PPM). You can migrate all of your project data to the cloud or take a hybrid approach to move some programs to the cloud while others remain on-premise. In either case, […]

Things to Consider When Migrating to Microsoft Project Online

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Microsoft Project Online is a comprehensive cloud-based solution developed by Microsoft for project and portfolio management. Organizations use it to govern their projects while keeping them aligned with strategic priorities. For most companies that still use Microsoft Project Server, migrating to Project Online is a must-do action, and it requires diligent planning and preparations. Management […]

Microsoft Project Online Migration: Best Practices & Insights

Why Implementing Data Migration Best Practices is a Challenge   PMOs use Microsoft Project Online to govern and align projects with their organization’s business goals. Microsoft Project Online migration allows PMO directors to move PPM projects and environments to the cloud from Microsoft Project Server. Migrating project data to Project Online is a challenging task. […]

10 Critical Factors for Successful Migration to Project Online

Microsoft Project Server and Project Online are popular project management systems. Some features are standard, but some are not. That is why one day comes when organizations decide to migrate all the data from Project Server to Project Online. Migration is a very challenging task for PMO Directors and PPM Administrators. Using a script or […]

Project Online Adoption: What Is the Role of PMO in This Process?

Like any innovation, the introduction of a new approach and toolbox, such as Microsoft Project Online adoption and implementation, at the very beginning is seen as the “make everything great” magic button. But if you assume that the work is to stop there, then you will be disappointed. Implementing PPM standard instructions and templates is […]

Quick Access via Keyboard Shortcuts in Project Online

External keyboard with keyboard shortcuts appears to be the more effective way of working with Microsoft Project Online for many of its users. Moreover, there are users with mobility or vision disabilities, and keyboard shortcuts may be a much more comfortable alternative for them than using the touchscreen or a mouse. This article will help […]

Microsoft Project for Web 2019 vs. Project Online: What’s Best for Enterprise Project Management?

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Microsoft Project for Web is a lightweight program to address project task management and teamwork. Microsoft also offers another, more complex project management solution, Microsoft Project Online, which is more suitable for Enterprise project management users. You may ask – why two products? What’s the difference? Which one should I use? Should I use both? […]

Microsoft Project vs. Planner Comparison: New Era in Microsoft Project Management?

What is Microsoft Planner Although smaller, independent project management competitors have gained in popularity, Microsoft’s ability to link Planner with other Office applications gives it a great opportunity to open the doors of enterprises. The team’s Microsoft group chat tool may have attracted more attention when it was launched last year as a result of […]

Project Online vs. Oracle Primavera

Understanding the limits of the tools you’re choosing and identifying some of its major user issues is important in choosing the most convenient way for your organization to deal with both day-to-day and long-term tasks and goals. Project Online was initially developed as a flexible and vibrant version of Project Server, which is basically a […]

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