It’s on! The first ever Add-on Discovery Day 2017 will happen on September 11th in San Jose. It’s the day before Atlassian Summit. If you are in San Jose on September 11th, please be quick to register. I am pretty sure, that this is the best option to spend the day. And we’ll be finished when the evening party for Atlassian partners starts. Read more about the event:
It’s useful to always extend the 12-month support period for your Atlassian software – you receive regular updates with bug fixes, new features, improvements, and security patches. But when should you extend, and when should you upgrade? Look a little into the future, if your user numbers are increasing it may make more sense to upgrade!
//SEIBERT/MEDIA’s Atlassian Enterprise Club (AEC) had its most recent customer meeting on 28 March. It was a full house at our Wiesbaden office, with many important customers, great discussions, interesting lectures, and seamless organization, all of which created a successful experience with plenty of positive feedback.
This year, we were able to host a notable guest from Sydney, Australia at our AEC meeting, Keshav Puttaswamy, Head of Product (Server) at Atlassian. In his presentation, Atlassian for Enterprises, he gives a comprehensive overview about what’s been done with Atlassian’s server products and looks ahead towards further development.
//SEIBERT/MEDIA is now forwarding calls received on 0611-20570-0 to a call center. With the customer, the call center fills out a form, which is then processed internally within minutes by email and live chat. We hope to provide you with more competent, faster and more reliable support.
A lot of business communication is still “off-the-record”. That has dramatic downsides in lack of transparency, reduced options to synchronize and communicate, and less common ground for decisions. This blog post wants to encourage you to reduce “off-the-record business communication”. It’s about your bottom line.
//SEIBERT/MEDIA will be at Atlassian Summit Europe 2017 with three products: draw.io, the diagramming solution for Confluence (this year’s Summit’s main sponsor), our Codeyard tool stack for software developers and, of course, Linchpin, our Confluence-based social intranet. We are presenting Linchpin in collaboration with our colleagues and partners from DEISER at booth G6 in the Expo Hall.
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?
Linchpin is a Confluence-based social intranet suite developed by us. We offer introductory Linchpin projects at a guaranteed fixed price, …
Small and medium-sized companies in the IT industry have to come up with something today in order to be able to keep up with the big enterprises of tomorrow, in terms of personnel and holding their own in the search for capable specialists.