Successfully launching a new social intranet takes hard work, persistence and grit. But the uphill battle is one worth fighting, and revolutionary scientists are the historical, tried-and-tested proof of the incredible advances that can be made by meeting initial and ongoing resistance with unwavering determination to create progress.
Pure intranets are increasingly becoming a thing of the past. Even the number of dedicated extranets will decrease. Now, flexible methods to support collaboration across company boundaries are in demand.
Until now, using an intranet and accessing the content and functions within, has been limited to employees who have their own workstation, or at least are able to use one regularly. You can change this with Linchpin Touch.
We integrated the basic app and the webhooks in the first part of this tutorial, so now we will look at how to further integrate apps into our Confluence Cloud development instance.
In large Confluence instances with many active users, where there is a lot going on and the intranet hums with activity, it is not so easy to keep track of the various discussions. You can now easily subscribe to individual microposts and discussions with Microblogging for Confluence.
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Not all employees from different departments, or external users in a Confluence-based extranet should land on the main dashboard. Wouldn’t a user want to see the most important information needed for their daily work by default when they log into Confluence?
I gave you a brief overview of the basic features of the Google App Maker in my previous post, and now I want to look at the scripting possibilities. The App Maker supports the creation of both client and server scripts.
In order to avoid misunderstandings, I’d like to explain what happens in Scrum meetings, why they are important for the project, and what the customer gets out of them.
Is SAFe® suitable for the mythical German ‘family’ companies, or Mittelstand, that make up the core of the German economy?