All posts by Alisa Tietz

The future of Linchpin in 2021 and beyond: The balancing act between on-premise and cloud after Server EOL

Future of Linchpin

In early 2020 we began working on Linchpin Cloud, a solution that will integrate with Atlassian cloud. Linchpin Cloud will also be compatible with other software that a company may have in place – like Google Workspace, for example. This investment in this new product line is expensive but very important. Confluence’s customer satisfaction with Linchpin is high, so investing in this solution will give customers the option to continue using Linchpin not just today but tomorrow as well.

Coming to you in August and full of new features – Linchpin Intranet Suite 3.4

Linchpin Intranet Suite 4.1

Our Linchpin team is always continuously working on bringing you new Linchpin Intranet Suite features, in ten-week release cycles.  A huge part of that is your feedback.  Also, we try and deliver new features for the end-user as well as efficiency upgrades for the administrators amongst you. Here’s a little overview of what you can expect with the release of Linchpin Intranet Suite 3.4, coming to you in August.

A Linchpin Intranet customer story with InfoGuard

Linchpin Intranet Suite 4.1

As a provider of Linchpin intranet suite, we are always excited to see how Linchpin is used in practice.  We pay special attention to what specific requirements a solution should meet and how our customers implement such projects. Our colleagues at Beecom in Switzerland carried out such a project. They collaborated with cyber security specialists InfoGuard, using Linchpin as the intranet communication platform connecting locations in Bern and Zug.