Tag Archives: intranets

Wiki novices, your new content is what’s important in Confluence, not structure or redundancy!

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.

Our new use case and app library for Atlassian apps

//SEIBERT/MEDIA's Atlassian app use case library

The Atlassian Marketplace is huge. There are hundreds of developers offering thousands of apps on the platform for all imaginable scenarios. And finding the right solution on it is not so simple when it comes to specific problems and applications. To provide you with an overview, we have selected and compiled well-developed app solutions for use cases which customers always ask us about. The result is the new use case library in our knowledge base.

MS SharePoint vs. Atlassian Confluence: Do you really enjoy being caught out by high license fees?

Before taking on an intranet project, you really want to know what software license fees to take into account. Go ahead and call your trusted SharePoint consultant: “I want to set up a SharePoint-based intranet for 500 staff – what license fees do I need to reckon with?” You’ll get numerous ifs and buts but no specific figures.

Launch campaigns drive the success of company wikis

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An enterprise wiki, intranet or knowledge base is most successful when many employees actively use it, driving a good return on your investment. Employees will rarely immediately or actively use their new wiki if their company only runs an automated introduction. A targeted wiki launch campaign can help to advertise the wiki, and create the best conditions for successfully establishing it throughout the company.

Linchpin and the central Linchpin components are now Confluence Data Center compatible

With Confluence Data Center, Atlassian is addressing the increasing technical requirements that large companies are placing on their internal software systems. This includes straightforward and fast scalability, high availability and performance even under heavy use and the reduction of unforeseen and planned downtime. In recent weeks, our product teams have worked intensively to make our own products meet these requirements: The key components of our Confluence-based social intranet suite Linchpin are now Data Center compatible!