At the recent T4AT 2020, Peter Giglinger gave us an overview of the implementation of a new intranet based on Confluence and Linchpin at BSH Hausgeräte (Home Appliances) GmbH. Peter works there as an IT Business Consultant for Atlassian & Collaboration Services.
The Linchpin development team is back with the Linchpin Intranet Suite version 4.0. With extended functionality and features for even more user-friendliness!
Corporate news is a cornerstone of the Linchpin Intranet Suite. It allows users to stay up to date, and it’s …
As a provider of Linchpin intranet suite, we are always excited to see how Linchpin is used in practice. We pay special attention to what specific requirements a solution should meet and how our customers implement such projects. Our colleagues at Beecom in Switzerland carried out such a project. They collaborated with cyber security specialists InfoGuard, using Linchpin as the intranet communication platform connecting locations in Bern and Zug.
//SEIBERT/MEDIA now has been a team dedicated entirely to the development of Linchpin for the Cloud. Until now, our social intranet based on Atlassian Confluence was only available for use with servers or data centers, that is, for use within a company’s own IT infrastructure. As a way to accommodate the high demand for a cloud version and enable us to offer an appropriate alternative, we began developing Linchpin Cloud, a solution that can function independently from Atlassian. Here we look at the key features of this new product and what else the team has been working on.
Over the last ten weeks, our Linchpin development team didn’t just work on a new version of the Linchpin Intranet …
The last version of Linchpin Intranet Suite was released just a few weeks ago with several useful and exciting new features. Version 3.1 brought you a fresh, new look for user profiles as well as additional filter options in the user directory. Our development teams also created a practical theme wizard to customize the system’s appearance and renewed the mobile app’s technical foundations. But Linchpin’s ongoing development hasn’t been halted by new home office constellations in the time of Coronavirus. Here, we take a look at the improvements planned for the next release.
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!
The past ten weeks have flown by, and yet another development period for the Linchpin Intranet Suite has come to an end. The brand-new 3.1 version of the Confluence-based social intranet solution is now available and focuses on user profiles. Here we will take a closer look at the new features and improvements made in this new version.
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.