Many companies stress the importance of maintaining a certain degree of uniform formality in how they use email to communicate with the outside world. It’s impossible to establish such universal standards across hundreds or even thousands of employees in an organization if they don’t have any options to control outgoing emails centrally.
Thankfully there are solutions such as Exclaimer, which offers professional, centrally controlled email signatures for G Suite with Gmail as well as other platforms. At a Google Cloud breakfast in Wiesbaden, representatives from Exclaimer gave us a tutorial presentation.
Over the past several months, our teams have been developing the Confluence-based social intranet suite Linchpin. However, this development cycle hasn’t only focused on individual marketplace apps: we’re continuing to develop Linchpin Suite, a comprehensive solution that coordinates all of Linchpin’s wide range of functions. You can check out the brand new version 1.2, which includes several new features and optimizations. Let’s take a closer look at what Linchpin Suite 1.2 has to offer.
The dynamics of the modern-day business world mean that even large corporations cannot shy away from the changes that need to be made in organizational structures to keep up. Here we look at what organizations and employees can do to make their companies and corporations more agile and robust to the complexity and dynamics of today’s markets.
The process of transitioning into a modern agile company has come with occasional growing pains. We had to take many of our traditional ways of thinking and throw them out of the window. Several of our classic methods and tools ended up being mothballed. Power had to be redistributed. See how Martin explains his approach as a leader in an agile company in this keynote presentation at Audi AG in Ingolstadt.
Of course, software development for large customer projects does not run like “On your marks. Get set. Hack!” Rather, it is a complex process which is subject to high quality and security requirements, yet must also offer a lot of flexibility. See how a //SEIBERT/MEDIA development team develops a new feature for a custom software project.
Clasp, the Apps Script command line interface (CLI), helps you develop add-ons for G Suite applications, automate workflows, integrate external APIs and more. We’ll cover what this tool can do, how it is installed, and how it is used in this post.
Microsoft Word Online and Google Docs are browser-based word processing apps, each part of larger office suites. In this post I’ll compare Word Online (and not the version of Word which is installed locally) with Docs.
By default, all Jira users have access rights that allow them to share the filters and dashboards set up in their Jira instance. This can represent a data security risk for Jira administrators when they want to secure their Jira instance. Here are a few tips to make sure your Jira instance is and remains secure.
Scroll Documents is Confluence app developed by our friends at K15t which adds modern document management processes to Confluence. With Scroll Documents, you can easily combine extensive, multi-page content into your documents and you can manage them all as individual content units. Shannon Meehan and Anshuman Dash from K15t join me in a webinar to chat about the features, use cases and advantages of using Scroll Documents in Confluence.
Shouldn’t employees’ health and wellbeing be important to an agile company too? Of course – not only mental agility, but physical agility is essential. Here at //SEIBERT/MEDIA, our employees have self-organized many healthy initiatives and activities. Which is your favorite?