Codegeist is Atlassian’s public developer contest that encourages thousands of creative people to come up with cool product ideas every year. In 2022, the global community was once again called upon to develop new apps for Atlassian Cloud products based on the Forge app development platform and to present their projects. The jury has now reviewed the diverse submissions and announced the winners of Codegeist 2022. No fewer than five awards went to employees of Seibert Media, wow!
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State of the Union for Confluence Cloud in 2023
Alen Kipp asked our CEO Martin why companies should choose Confluence software for business in 2022. In this article, Martin will do his best to give his personal (maybe just slightly biased) answer and summarize the state of Atlassian Confluence and compare the tool to alternatives on the market
More Discipline for Teams and Organizations – How Checklists Can Help Every Team to Be More Reliable
It takes a mix of talents for a company to run well. But how can you make sure that when those people eventually leave the company (not everyone stays in the same job for their entire working career anymore these days) the established processes are maintained? With Checklists, of course! Let Martin explain why.
Why Your Company and Team Should Use Checklists
Some people love checklists, some people don’t. But it’s clear that when you need a certain number of things to be done the same way by lots of different people, it can help to write them down. Especially if the reputation of your company depends on it. Read in this article how our new app can help you do this.
Scaled Agile at BMW – an interview with Marcus Raitner
It’s always exciting to see how a world-renowned corporation moves …
Scaled Agile and SAFe at Deutsche Telekom IT – An Interview with Michael Frey
When a company with 140,000 employees begins to transform work …
Say goodbye to emails & hello to digital collaboration tools
Maybe you’ve already reached the point where you communicate and collaborate via Confluence, Linchpin intranet, Jira, as well as with Hangouts Chat and other Google G Suite tools. However, you know all too well, there’s always that one person that hits “reply to all.” Maybe someone received a customer email, has attached their comments/questions, and has now forwarded it to 3 or 4 people? At first glance, it doesn’t seem that dramatic, right? Over time, however, it can snowball into a chaotic series of replies, forwards, and quoted emails.
Emergency services now exclusive to customers with operation packages
Our services relating to the operation of Atlassian software such as Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket & co. are so popular and in-demand that we have decided to make our emergency services exclusive to those customers that have purchased an operation package with us. Here we look at some of the experiences that prompted us to make this decision.
We may track you anonymously in Linchpin to improve our products. Here is how.
Since October 2019, we’ve been in the process of launching …
Getting on the same page: Could info meetings be an alternative to an intranet?
What role should info meetings play within a modern company? Is this really an efficient way of informing employees about new developments in the business? Or a waste of time like many other meetings? Here, Martin Seibert looks at this concept from various standpoints to find out.