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    The term DevOps can be seen more and more often. Do you know what it means? DevOps was developed in the last years with Agile Software Development. The ever shorter market cycles of software products demanded an ever more efficient software development, but also a faster and more frequent deployment. In this article, you will learn what these framework conditions demand from development and [more ...]
  • Check-Out/Check-in Documents in SharePoint Online and What You Should Pay Attention To
    SharePoint is one of the most used tools in projects and supports many project management activities. As a Project Management Officer, I oversee large project SharePoint sites and get questions about specific SharePoint topics all the time. Frequently, questions come in where check-out/check-in is the root cause of problems, because this functionality is not always properly understood. In this [more ...]
  • Co-authoring Project Documents With SharePoint Online and What You Need to Pay Attention To
    Collaboration is a must in projects and not seldom several project team members need to work on the same document at the same time to finalize it as soon as possible, e.g., for a steering committee presentation. One of the great capabilities of Office 365 and SharePoint is the ability for multiple users to work on the same document at the same time (also known as co-authoring). This [more ...]
  • Discover How Microsoft Teams Is Closely Connected with SharePoint and How Loop Further Enhances Coll…
    SharePoint has been an indispensable tool in project work for over ten years now and supports many project management activities. Microsoft Teams was launched in 2017 as a competitor to other successful collaboration products like Asana, Slack or Zoom and has since then successfully established itself—especially in project teams. What many don’t know is that Teams is closely connected with [more ...]

Project Management Quote of the Week

A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort.”

(Eric Ries)

Related Article: Do You Really Know the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) in Agile Projects

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