The Atlassian Marketplace offers thousands of apps. That sounds great, but it also makes it difficult for customers to decide whether to purchase a particular app. Even if something like the number of installations or written reviews are helpful clues to get closer to a decision, caution is advised, because not every successful app is also the ideal solution for your business. We show you the 6 pitfalls of the Atlassian Marketplace and what you should look out for when choosing an app.
Tag Archives: Atlassian Data Center
Manage Your Jira Data Center Instance Wisely With Guardrails
In late June of 2022, Andrzej Kotas, a product manager for Jira Data Center, announced to the Atlassian community an exciting development in documentation and recommendations for Data Center deployments of Atlassian Tools. The post introduced Jira and Confluence guardrails. In today’s blog, we’ll go over the list of guardrails for Jira.
Time to Move to the Cloud – Atlassian Data Centers and Servers Will Become More Expensive in February 2023
Atlassian is raising prices for Confluence and Jira software for Data Center and Server customers on February 15, 2023. The good news, however, is that you still have the opportunity to secure the old prices before then – or to initiate the switch to the Cloud. We give you an overview of the price changes and how you can best react to them.
Linchpin Intranet Suite 5.4: A Big Update With Exciting New Features
Our intranet received a brand new update – with version 5.4, Linchpin Intranet Suite introduces better support for screen readers, time slots for events, a customizable mobile menu and more. Downloadable now from the Atlassian Marketplace.
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.
Soon In Your Linchpin Intranet: Timeslots for Events
An intranet without event management? Unthinkable. Especially in a Confluence-based intranet. To help you organize (and participate in) events in your Linchpin intranet even better, we’re introducing a new feature in October: Timeslots for events! By the way, this feature was requested by some Linchpin users via Canny. This leads us to the question: Canny build it?! Yes, yes we can.
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
The Importance of Social Relationships at Work
Social relationships at work are crucial. We spend most of our waking hours at our place of work. It makes sense then that we should focus on developing social relationships at our de facto primary residence. Given that such relationships are conducive to well-being, a company that facilitates these relationships has an advantage over one that does not. Learn how to improve your workplace.
Quo Vadis: Atlassian Cloud or Atlassian Data Center?
Cloud or Data Center? That’s the question that has been on the minds of a large part of our Atlassian customers for some time now, because ever since the Australian software manufacturer announced the end of the server product line in 2024, there has been unrest.
Atlassian Cloud – The Future is Looking Up!
As of February 2, 2024, Atlassian will stop support for their Server products and they recommend their clients to move to the cloud. This may sound scare to some, but there are quite a few, mostly outdated, misconceptions, or “myths” as we like to call them, about this subject.