We can no longer conceive of the //SEIBERT/MEDIA Intranet without a Wiki. As a knowledge management system and employee portal, the Wiki is of incalculable value within the company network, fueling the Intranet motor.
Category Archives: Intranets
Atlassian announces Confluence Data Center
The Data Center deployment option that was already available for JIRA was designed to meet the needs of large enterprise customers providing performance at scale, high availability and instant scalability.
Why there should be a wiki integrated into every intranet
Within an Intranet, Wikis are a good means for the quick and uncomplicated collecting of information that is needed for the long-term; this creates a base of knowledge as well as a platform for communication that is always available to the participating employees.
Tempo Planner for Jira: Agile capacity and resource scheduling, team and project management, business data for teams
The JIRA plugin Tempo Planner offers agile capacity and resource scheduling, team and project management, and business data for teams. It extends the JIRA platform by deeper agile planning and management specific features.
A tour of the Atlassian Office in Sydney with Confluence Product Manager Sherif Mansour
Did you know that Atlassian has a beer wardens? That the Atlassian User Groups in Sydney meet at the Hall of Justice? That there is an extremely dangerous item in the kitchen of the Atlassian office? That Atlassians innovation program ShipIt offers very practical solutions to everyday requirements? We bet you didn’t. Check out the video tour to learn more.
Leading Atlassian employees on //SEIBERT/MEDIA
“We’re very happy to have you guys on board!”
//SEIBERT/MEDIA has been working with the Australian software manufacturer for years. Offices in Germany, the U.S. and Australia, //SEIBERT/MEDIA is one of the biggest Atlassian partners in the world. We have talked to Atlassian employees on several occasions and asked for their feedback.
Confluence Questions: Interview with Confluence managers about the new knowledge base plugin
Exciting product news, such as Confluence Questions, were announced during Atlassian Summit 2013, Atlassians big user and partner conference. Confluence Questions expands Confluence by functionalities to build a knowledge base, which allows the user to actively ask for information. During the Summit, we met and interviewed Matt Hodges, Product Marketing Manager for Confluence, and Chris Kiehl, Dev Manager in the Confluence Team. What can Confluence Questions do? How does it differ from Microblogging-Tools such as Yammer, where users can also ask questions? Why is Confluence Questions not available with Confluence for Enterprise customers, but needs to be licensed separately? The following video has answers to these and more questions:
Reasons for a migration to JIRA
JIRA is Atlassian’s tracking and project management system, recently released in version 6.0. We recommend teams and business that work with other tools, such as ClearQuest, Trac, FogBugz, Mantis, HP Quality Center or Bugzilla, to consider the alternatives, no matter how established an existing system might be. What does JIRA offer, that other tools don’t?
Useful Confluence updates: Benefit from the development of Confluence 3.5 up until today
A few weeks ago, Atlassian released Confluence 5, a major update of it’s enterprise software. A great occasion to review the development of Confluence since version 3.5, which is still running in many organizations. There have in fact been fundamental changes since Confluence 3.5. The following are the main features of the last big releases: