In project management methodologies, the term program generally refers to a group of projects that have something or things in common. For example, a corporate acquisition could entail integration of human resources departments, information technology (IT) departments, facilities, and more. Each of these could be separate projects. In fact, merging IT departments alone could include many individual projects, all with different project managers. Together, however, they make up the acquisition program.
Project Server generally would treat each of these separate projects as independent of each other. Earlier versions ...