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Project Management

Project management is the discipline of carefully projecting or planning, organizing, motivating and controlling resources to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria. A project is a temporary endeavor designed to produce a unique product, service or result with a defined beginning and end (usually time-constrained, and often constrained by funding or deliverables) undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives, typically to bring about beneficial change or added value.

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I have a very big production server in a VM with lots of web pages and SQL database code.

I have 3 options:

1) DEV server with VisualSVN and Jira for bug tracking
PROD server

When code is tested on DEV, it is deployed to PROD.  


2) PROD / DEV server is the same machine with VisualSVN and Jira for bug tracking
When code is tested on DEV, it is deployed to PROD.

3) DEV server with VisualSVN
PROD server
JIRA server (hosted version for bug tracking)

When code is tested on DEV, it is deployed to PROD.  

-> Which option would you choose and why?

-> How do you track bugs and how do developers communicate in joint projects / code?
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Hi,

I'm looking for some advice on how to manage document libraries when it come to project management.  We have SharePoint 2013 and have recently started setting it up for managing our projects. The first part is our project tender process. This is when we bid for projects.  I have created a single document library to hold all these documents.  Each tender will be created in it's own document set within the document library.  
I have applied several categories to the tender list, such as the status of the tender, (i.e. tendering, submitted, won, lost, etc) and the type of tender.  This gives me around 10 different views.
Now, where the issue lies is the number of files that are now in the document library.  It has just gone over the 5000 item threshold limit. I know that I can go into the settings in the administration panel and increase this threshold.
But, rather than just increasing this threshold, I would like to manage it differently.

It is not affecting our system yet, but I would like to jump on the current issue before it becomes a bigger problem (if it is one) :)
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Project plan for policies, procedures, chart of accounts, It organisations etc......
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We want to implement seat management for my office IT Infrastructure .
Are there any feasibility study  framework to implement Seat Management system in IT Infrastructure ?
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I have a Logistics Software with 34 modules, including reports and simple forms

What I need is to have a variant of the project for different industries and be able to work it between people in different places.

The problem that arise is how I keep the database unified between the changes made by different people and how I merge the changes from one version to another, seleccting what changes to merge without having to open file by file to pass the changes manually

What would be the best way to work with these variants in the software and control the differences between the projects?
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we are planning on hosting our own Jira Service Desk and i would like to know if it's possible to integrate asterisk pbx on jira service desk?
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Hello EE,

Does anyone have an IT/Technology SOW template they can share for IT projects for the business.
I am googling and see a lot, but looking for something that somebody has more IT focused and that works for them.
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I'm not a SharePoint expert by any means, but I've loosely followed the a guide online (sharegate) for creating a Project Management site, where you have sub-sites as "projects" created from a site "template" to keep uniform, consistent sites with apps/web parts to manage a project.
I then have a content query on the main site that shows all the sub-sites, which are effectively all projects.
Problem I'm having is determining how to know when a project is "complete" and thus how to then remove it from the content query at the top. No sense in having projects showing up if they were from years ago.
I also would rather not delete them, for historical purposes and reference (could be some good useful documents in their doc libraries for example).
So with existing 15 projects, anything I can do to each site like add a drop-down or form where the project is marked active/complete, etc, and then modify a the search query to exclude them?
To give the same example from the article I followed, the query is like this:    
path:"http://demo/projects" contentclass:STS_WEB Site<>{Site.URL}
     
rollup site search
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Hi,

Does anyone have any tools that exports / backups your entire Trello account / boards.

I know the Business Class provides backup but it's one board at a time. I have over 70 boards so it's a little time consuming to backup each month.

Thank you in advance for your help.
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Hello experts,

I am looking for samples article books, etc.. in order to establish my own IT performance appraisal in order to review performance of an IT consultant.

Any ideas?

Thank you very much for your help.
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Hi,

Can you please suggest the best and cost effectiveRepository Manager software.
We are evaluating it for our new project.

Regards,
Naresh
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Hi All,

Is there any standard job list for backend programmer ?
Also for front end programmer like mobile apps.

Thank you.
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Hi, i've been using Trello a lot lately and i'm considering moving everything over from Evernote to Trello. Like many others on here, productivity and organisation are key to me.

While there is no right or wrong answer to my question(s), I would like to hear what other people's thoughts and setup are, in relation tot he following:

01 - when you have a list of items or tasks... how do you define whether you should add them as 'multiple cards on a list' or 'add all of the items as a checklist to one card' :-)

02 - has anyone else moved their notes from Evernote to Trello... how did you find the change?

03 - any regrets or dislikes with Trello

Thank you in advance for your help.
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Hi All,

I want to sync field between sharepoint and jira cloud. Anyone knows how to do this? any add-on or plugins available on the market?

Thanks,
Jennifer.
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See attached screenshot.

I don't seem to able to edit the formats.
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Hi,

We currently use Dropbox and Google Drive for sharing various different documents and files on a one to one basis... however i'd like to set up a shared folder (hub) and store key files that are used on a regular basis, and not just for once off sharing.


It is important that I can set various different permissions as i don't want various departments updating or editing some of the files and docs.

From your experience, which is a more suitable platform for a shared hub of files (not online docs)? We will always use Google Drive for docs and sheets, but which is better for a file storage repository case... Google Drive or Dropbox?

Here are some example file types and use cases that might explain this better:

- logos
- brand guidelines
- stock images
- templates (code)

It is important that 90% of the team can only read and copy the files, and that senior management are the only members of staff who can edit them.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Using MS Project I would like to show the task items and duration - start and end date.  This is fairly easy and I can do that. I meet with developers and they provide me with the list of tasks and number of days to complete.  I need to present this schedule to the program manager with the developers estimated days to complete the task and then my estimate and then the best possible estimate on how long  would take to complete the project.

I read about PERT analysis and trying to do using MS Project 2012. Has anyone done some thing like this before and can share your thoughts?

thanks
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Hello Experts,

Currently the Atlassian applications along with the Postgres databases reside on 1 VM.

I am looking for any recommendations for splitting up the applications/databases and platform options to integrate the Atlassian applications on (VM, Docker or AWS).

We have 100 users split between the US and UK.
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We have a backlog of hundreds of items, what are some best practices for prioritizing which ones should be done next?
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Hey Everyone - please share your best practices for making a workflow for managing backlog/sprint using confluence and jira. Thanks.
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Hi - I am having difficulty making a link to a specific section of a confluence page. I tried setting anchor using the advanced hyperlink feature but it just loads the page from the top. Please advise thanks!
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We have some subscriptions given to customers (e.g  Certificates, Email hosting, O365, AMCs)
What is the software used to manage these with email integration?  To notify the sales about the upcoming expiry and the customer.
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How do I configure a project so that when a ticket is created it automatically adds certain watchers.
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Project Management

Project management is the discipline of carefully projecting or planning, organizing, motivating and controlling resources to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria. A project is a temporary endeavor designed to produce a unique product, service or result with a defined beginning and end (usually time-constrained, and often constrained by funding or deliverables) undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives, typically to bring about beneficial change or added value.