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Project Manager : Project Manager Dec Jan 2012
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 7 6 Project Manager salesforce launches Pm app Salesforce.com has released a project management application called Do.com. Based on the company’s acquisition of Manymoon (the social productivity platform for managing projects) Do.com is a free collaboration ser vice that allows users to launch projects, assign tasks and invite others to join and collaborate. While integrated with Gmail and Google Apps, Do.com can be used with any email address or client. Rewritten in HTML5 for easy deployment across multiple device types, Do.com is available as a browser-based service or an iOS mobile app for Apple’s iPhone and iPad. Salesforce is billing the launch as the closest it’s come to a consumer product. Gillard Government fund to skill up 130,000 Australians Apple’s latest attempt at online file sharing and storage, iCloud, will “unleash the potential of mobility and collaboration for project management,” said Dr Rob Livingstone, cloud computing expert and IT/engineering lecturer. The cloud computing solution wirelessly backs up iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch data, circumventing the need for a USB connection. “Project managers should consider the iCloud as a potential tool for sharing resources, butbynomeansisita silver bullet product,” Livingstone advised. “The key consideration, as with all cloud software, is the risk to data security.” Cloud computing meets PM «icLOuD wiLL unLeash The POTenTiaL OF mOBiLiTy anD cOLLaBOraTiOn FOr PrOjecT managemenT» Most engineers do not perceive inequality in their workplace, according to News Limited research. Despite engineering being a significantly male-dominated sector, 55.6 per cent of respondents reported no sense of special treatment or unfairness. “Engineers are simply concerned with getting the job done,” said Richard Egelstaff, head of the Project Management program at Central Queensland University. “The whole culture is ‘we don’t really care who or what you are, or where you come from, as long as you can do the job’. “As long as the task gets done, everybody’s equal within that.” Inequality a non-event for engineers news • DO.cOm can Be useD wiTh any emaiL aDDress Or cLienT 55.6% OF resPOnDenTs in The engineering secTOr rePOrTeD nO sense OF sPeciaL TreaTmenT Or unFairness.
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