Companies are becoming increasingly aware that there is always room for improvement regarding collaboration between colleagues and across teams. Putting …
Maybe you’ve already reached the point where you communicate and collaborate via Confluence, Linchpin intranet, Jira, as well as with Hangouts Chat and other Google G Suite tools. However, you know all too well, there’s always that one person that hits “reply to all.” Maybe someone received a customer email, has attached their comments/questions, and has now forwarded it to 3 or 4 people? At first glance, it doesn’t seem that dramatic, right? Over time, however, it can snowball into a chaotic series of replies, forwards, and quoted emails.
We all know what it’s like to hold video meetings in terrible quality. With the increase in remote working, more …
TDD of G Suite Add Ons using TypeScript: It is in our best interest to make the functionality available quickly and easily to the average consumer. Google G Suite provides add-ons, especially for this purpose. Users can just go ahead and install them, and the add-ons can decide where within G Suite they want to add extra buttons, which then perform the desired function.
The full-service digital agency Namics with offices in Germany, Switzerland, and Serbia has made it their mission to use tailor-made solutions to accompany their clients in transformations for the digital future. Internally, Namics now uses the cloud-based, location-independent office solution, Google G Suite. Since its introduction, complicated data searches have become a thing of the past and collaboration from anywhere order of the day. This interview looks at their experiences so far.
On the 23rd of April, Alisa Tietz & Max Boos presented their home office survival guide over No Cabin Fever Today. Alisa spoke on how to get the best out of your Confluence with our Linchpin Intranet. Learn about the most useful features to personalize your company’s intranet so that you get the tailored experience that you will love to use! Max shows you how to use Google G Suite to organize and collaborate in your teams in a remote setting. Make appointments, hold video conferences, and share documents easily and quickly.
The Corona crisis is omnipresent right now, and we are also experiencing it first-hand, too. Luckily, we have the experience and resources to continue our collaborations remotely with useful and productive replacements for in-person meetings (temporarily or perhaps permanently). There’s no need for our collaboration and coordination to suffer – quite the opposite!
Last Thursday, March 19, 2020, we here at //SEIBERT/MEDIA were planning on holding our Atlassian Enterprise Club Day an in-person event in Wiesbaden, but the unexpected coronavirus pandemic has thrown us a curveball that we needed to adjust to. Rather than canceling the event, we converted it to a remote event. We live-streamed the event via our YouTube channel. After our live AEC show, several participants asked us about the technology that we used. We wanted to give everyone a more detailed look behind the scenes here in this article.
NGK Spark Plugs is one of the world’s leading automotive suppliers. While the staff at the headquarters in Japan had already experienced Google G Suite, the EMEA region was working with a mail server that was becoming increasingly outdated. //SEIBERT/MEDIA is a German Google partner, and so we supported the introduction of G Suite in NGK Spark Plugs’ EMEA offices.
Thanks to the modernization and digitalization of teamwork in enterprises, the organizational and technological obstacles to remote work are lower than ever before. As such, distributed project teams have been commonplace for quite some time now. But old habits are hard to break, and this is most apparent when it comes to meetings. Here we look at common reservations when it comes to video meetings and how to overcome them.