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Articles -> MS Project Server 2003 Limitations -> Reasons to Migrate Project Server 2007
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MS Project Server 2003 Limitations

Everyone agrees MS Project Server 2003 is a stable MS EPM platform. But when we look the real scenarios and the requirements for enterprise project management, MS Project Server 2003 may not be adequately addressing the needs. If you are using the MS Project Server at your organization, you might be already experienced lack of certain features which would have helped your organization in managing your programs/projects more effectively.

The purpose of this article is to highlight major limitations in MS Project Server 2003 and to demonstrate how those limitations have been addressed in MS Project Server 2007.

Reasons to Migrate to Project Server 2007:

NOTE:  Support related to MS Project Server 2003 has been retired from Microsoft mainstream support area since Apr 2009; extended support is available until Aug 2014.



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