Microsoft EPM 2010 Overview

The Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) 2010 Solution is a flexible, end-to-end Project Portfolio Management platform, used by organizations across many industries to automate primary PPM processes. The EPM Solution helps organizations achieve the following business imperatives: Intuitively capture all requests in a central repository, and manage them using governance workflow: Demand Management Objectively prioritize, … Continue reading Microsoft EPM 2010 Overview


SQL Server 2008: “Saving changes is not permitted”

Working in SQL Server 2008 I received this confusing error when editing the structure of a table: “Saving changes is not permitted. The changes that you have made require the following tables to be dropped and re-created. You have either made changes to a table that can’t be re-created or enabled the option Prevent saving … Continue reading SQL Server 2008: “Saving changes is not permitted”

RMS / IRM – An insight

Rights Management Services RMS stands for “Rights Management Services” and as the name indicates it is a Microsoft Windows information protection technology that uses encryption and a form of selective functionality denial from limiting access to documents such as corporate emails, office documents etc. RMS technology works with RMS client enabled application in order to … Continue reading RMS / IRM – An insight

MOSS Usage Reports explained

Since very similar reports exist at both the Site and Site Collection level, descriptions will be combined when applicable.  The phrase “site/collection” will be used to indicate either site or site collection, depending on which level the report was requested at. Performance tip: the default page for usage reporting demands the most of SQL Server … Continue reading MOSS Usage Reports explained