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.
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.
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?
In my previous blog post titled Google joins the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, I outlined the background of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield), which entered into force on August 1, 2016. In this post, I’ll take a look at the outcomes from the European Commission’s first annual review of the implementation of the EU-US Privacy Shield.
If you’re one of these newbies, this is my advice: don’t worry about this stuff right at the beginning! Don’t spend hours trying to find, fix and understand everything or build a clever structure. Instead, just get your first pages up so you can share your knowledge with your colleagues. This is what is most important in the beginning.
Cloud tools are popular, but intranets still have an important role to play
Google Drive, G Suite, Dropbox, Box, Office 365, Salesforce… all popular tools, but have these and other cloud services killed the intranet? Is this ‘new world’ of team collaboration and groupware solutions enough?
In a webinar with co-host Levente Szabo, we discuss how the Midori Archiving Plugin improves the quality of Confluence, what options and possibilities are available to businesses with systematic content lifecycle management processes, and also why misgivings surround the automated archiving of Confluence pages.
You can now enable mobile access to your Confluence intranet and take it to the next level. Linchpin Mobile means modern collaboration across devices.
When we talk to customers and prospects about enterprise software in the cloud – such as Google G Suite – we often encounter reservations about privacy and data security. Do US companies such as Google, Microsoft & Co. really maintain the high standards that are legally binding in Germany and the EU? Attorney Wikey Chada takes a look at the facts.
We have all dealt with conflicts and their solutions in person – but what about conflicts that arise online? Can we solve these conflicts with our existing behavioral patterns or do we need new strategies?