When you talk about running a business, people usually think about talking with exciting clients or creating new ideas and products, but often the more tedious part of running a business is forgotten: asset management. To make this tedious task (much) easier, Properties allows you to keep an automatically-updated overview of all your assets, so you have more time for those clients or coming up with the next must-have product!
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Simplify your Offboarding Processes with Templating.app – Easy Issues & Subtasks
The offboarding of departing employees is a sensitive and important task, so it should be handled with care. With the Jira extension Templating.app, the process can be molded into a clear structure that helps everyone involved to handle it smoothly – without the unloved repetitive manual work in Jira.
“I 🧡 draw.io” #4: Why do cloud architectures also profit from diagrams?
More and more companies are migrating to the cloud. But as with on-prem infrastructure, a solid architecture is needed in the cloud. Similar to building a house, you can use diagrams for cloud design – at least if you use draw.io for it. This blog article explains why the diagram tool is also suitable for mapping your cloud architecture and whether it can be combined with specialised development tools.
Hit the Road, Jack – the Atlassian Data Center Roadmap and More Accessibility in Confluence and Linchpin
Modern software is not only characterized by the fact that the technology is optimized or that new feature releases appear regularly. Rather, modern software also addresses the compliance requirements of companies, for example by enabling accessibility. In this regard, Confluence Data Center from Atlassian and our own social intranet, Linchpin Intranet Suite, are setting a good example and began removing accessibility barriers some time ago. We look together at the roadmaps of the two teams to find out which features will make the tools even more accessible in the future.
Linchpin at BSH Receives Inkometa Award for Best Intranet!
BSH Home Appliances won this year’s Inkometa Award in the Social Intranet / Collaboration category! Why this is of particular interest to us? Well, because their intranet was created using our Linchpin Intranet Suite! Together with our partner XALT, we replaced their aged, top-down intranet with Linchpin. Read all about the why and how (and who) here.
Actively Doing Nothing – Tricent’s Easy Unsharing Tool to Ensure Compliance
When employees leave, their work is often left behind. Sometimes it’s then forgotten about, and external people get access to them, which can turn out quite bad when they contain confidential data in them. Peter and Finn from Tricent explain how their great tool easily unshares and re-assign files in the cloud, so that you don’t have to worry anymore.
4 Useful Ways to Escape the Time-wasting Loop with SAFe® and Agile Hive
Small startups and enterprises both need to harness agility in order to work in the most efficient way possible. The agile revolution is still thriving throughout the world and large organizations are starting to pick up on the advantages their startup competitors have. So how do enterprises scale the agile practices that seem to come so easily to startups and other lean organizations? Part of the answer is a framework and part of the answer is tooling.
Google Workspace: Bringing Productivity and Well-being Together
Our well-being directly affects our performance at work. If we feel better, we are more likely to have more productive workdays. Find out how Google suggests you can improve your well-being and keep your productivity up.
SAFe® – Creating a culture for continuous improvement
Agile, SAFe® and Lean – all these terms are becoming common in everyday language. But what exactly do they mean, what is behind them and how are they connected?
25 Years of Seibert Media – A Completely Subjective Birthday Review
The year is 1996. People surf the internet with 12k modems. This is also the year in which a then 17-year-old teenager named Martin launches a partnership called Homepage Desin Seibert. To be more precise, December 6 1996. It’s not difficult to guess that this is what will later become Seibert Media GmbH.