Confluence and JIRA interact with one another very closely. In one of our live webinars, my colleague, Jan Kuntscher, and I demonstrate JIRA integration in Confluence. Not only do we show standard features such as individual operations, configurable process lists, and JIRA task list creation within Confluence, we also provide some helpful tips for features that may be unfamiliar to you.
There are obvious problems with in-person events: long travel times being just one. Online webinars often have their own set of problems, especially when they are bad sales pitches couched as useful presentations. We don’t want to run that type, so we propose a different format, handing control over to you, the participants. Sound interesting?
A few weeks ago, it was finally that time again: Our annual //SEIBERT/MEDIA ski trip was on! Approximately 20 colleagues and friends of //SEIBERT/MEDIA were in our Tour of Austria.
//SEIBERT/MEDIA’s Custom User Profile add-on allows users to expand their user profiles in Confluence with new fields and to personalize these fields for different user groups. Our development team has delivered Custom User Profile version 1.17, with practical new features, bug fixes, and improvements.
When considering a staff intranet solution, it’s difficult for many organisations to define their exact requirements. This is because, quite simply, there are too many. It’s not unusual for the problem to appear overwhelming and difficult to solve. Parsec Pacific was asked by a customer recently to help them define their user requirements for a new staff intranet. The organisation has about 5000 staff and provides education services to about 40,000 school aged children, and were already using a mixture of technologies to provide some staff intranet services but it wasn’t working effectively.
Intranets and the internet are beginning to look a lot alike. In the past, publishing on an intranet was strictly …
The principles and values of agile software development can also be used throughout an organization. //SEIBERT/MEDIA’s goal is to not only use agile …
As outlined in the previous post, Because Change Happens, there is a definite link between intranets and organizational change. In …
We are preparing to be at the first European Atlassian Summit this year in Barcelona, and we’ll be there in full-force! It’s looking like it will be the biggest event this year as it’s an Atlassian Summit and Atlas Camp rolled into one event. From May 1 to May 5 you can join us and many others at the Placa de la Universitat and the Fira Barcelona Gran Via to learn all about the software in the Atlassian ecosystem, network with like-minded people, and have a lot of fun.
Though unavoidable, unforeseen changes can at least be insured. Change within companies, however, is another matter, for which there is (to my knowledge) still no insurance. How, then, do we deal with it? Which role might an intranet play with regard to corporate change?