Posts Tagged: microsoft

HP Holiday Joyride in DC

The holiday season is upon us which means there’s lots of fun and festive things going on in and around your city. One of those was the HP Holiday Joyride– which combines new technology with holiday cheer. Starting off in Palo Alto, California the HP Caravan ended its journey in Washington DC this past weekend.Read… Read more »

MOOS Project Viewer 3.1 Integrates With Google Drive Storage Service

Stand By Soft is pleased to announce the release of MOOS Project Viewer version 3.1. The major feature in this version is the integration with Google DriveTM. Users can now also open Microsoft Project files that are stored on a Google Drive account and not just local files from their computers. The biggest advantage ofRead… Read more »

Moving Forward: The Need to Migrate to Windows 7

Windows XP’s days are numbered. Microsoft will be terminating all support for the operating system, as well as support for Microsoft Word 2003, on April 8, 2014. This includes all security updates and fixes, leaving those with Windows XP vulnerable to security threats. Many organizations are now faced with the task of migrating to aRead… Read more »

RationalPlan 4.4 – Integration With Google Drive and Dropbox Storage Services

RationalPlan Project Management Software version 4.4 is ready for the public. Current version offers support for opening and saving files from/to Google Drive and Dropbox platforms. Plus it was added the possibility to handle Microsoft Project 2013 files along with a new look for the web-based module. Important changes for this version: Dropbox integration GoogleRead… Read more »

MOOS Project Viewer 3.0 – Support for Microsoft Project 2013 Files

Stand By Soft is pleased to announce the release of MOOS Project Viewer 3.0. Current version adds support for opening Microsoft Project 2013 files. At the same time the application now offers native integration with Ubuntu operating system. After several months of development a major version was released that added support for reading Microsoft ProjectRead… Read more »

Designed with Feds in Mind: Addressing Mobile Fears with HP and Microsoft’s ElitePad Tablet

“Anywhere, anytime is the new normal for people,” says Rick Engle, Principle Windows Specialist, Microsoft. It’s true, 29% of people claim to be the type of worker that is on call at off hours and in alternative locations. The workforce is going mobile and government has been trying to catch up. Throughout many blogs, interviews,Read… Read more »

MOOS Project Viewer 2.9 Integrates With Dropbox Platform

The team behind MOOS Project Viewer just released version 2.9. This version comes with a new feature: integration with Dropbox. Users can now also open Microsoft Project files that are stored on a Dropbox account and not just local files from their computers. The biggest advantage of using a cloud storage service is that theRead… Read more »

Estimating the Cost of a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Implementation

Many government agencies are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM to build line of business solutions using an approach that Microsoft calls xRM. One of the challenges is to calculate the cost of such an implementation. One of the questions I am asked most frequently by clients is to estimate the cost of a software implementation project.Read… Read more »