The digital form of the talk in the hallway, where employees exchange information, news, ideas and project details and receive feedback and input, are a benefit for enterprises. But what are specific use cases for an enterprise microblog? We have collected 36 use cases. After use cases 1 – 12, and 13 to 24, the remaining 12 use cases are collected here.
The digital form of the talk in the hallway, where employees exchange information, news, ideas and project details and receive feedback and input, are a benefit for enterprises. But what are specific use cases for an enterprise microblog? We have collected 36 use cases. After the first twelve, read more about use cases 13 to 24.
JIRA helps you collaborate more efficiently with your co-workers and spend less time in following up tasks. This user friendly tool, among many other helpful features, lets you enter descriptions of tasks that need to be done, assign them to other employees and set deadlines. It allows you to create issues (tasks) for helpdesk tickets, project tasks, change requests or software bugs.
An internal microblog can become a useful channel of communication within an enterprise. Similar to having lunch or coffee together, or chatting in the hallway, employees exchange information, news, ideas or project details in a microblog. Sometimes the posts are time sensitive and important, sometimes they are just about exchanging ideas with colleagues and getting their input. Enterprises can benefit from that. What are specific use cases, and how can the internal tweeting gain strength? We have collected 36 use cases. Here are the first dozen.
Atlassian has launched a new training program, that will also include interactive courses with certifications. Approximately a dozen Atlassian Expert partners were chosen to support the program. //SEIBERT/MEDIA is proud to be one of them. In this interview, Sherry Quinn (Training Director at Atlassian) explains the new training concept, what customers can expect and why //SEIBERT/MEDIA is a great partner for Atlassian trainings.
It is now possible for software teams to implement development best practices and world-class project tracking at the same time without hassle. JIRA 6.3 is now more integrated with Stash and Crucible. The moment the development of an issue is complete, JIRA automatically updates the issues. In addition, JIRA Agile now allows the entire team an end to end view of the project through enhanced reporting decisions.
Being introduced to JIRA can be intimidating and overwhelming. JIRA is a very powerful and complex task management and bug tracking system. However, the key functions are very simple and user friendly. Starting to work with JIRA issues is the best way to become familiar with this tool. In the following tutorial, Martin Seibert from //SEIBERT/MEDIA shows how create issues in JIRA and gives an overview of the configuration options.
If measures for quality assurance and both internal and customer projects don’t run ideally and thus inefficiently, it is often due to a lack of established and binding workflows in task management. This article focuses on the use of JIRA and shows how JIRA can be used to convert all kinds of tasks into systematic and transparent procedures with the help of prototypical workflows. //SEIBERT/MEDIA is happy to provide you a JIRA test instance free of charge and without commitment, so you can learn about the following workflows and the diverse functions of JIRA.
During the most recent meeting of the Atlassian Enterprise Clubs by //SEIBERT/MEDIA, Jens Schumacher, the Group Product Manager of Atlassian Dev-Tools in Sydney, was our guest for a couple of days. In an interview, he directly demonstrates the close links between JIRA, Stash and Bamboo – from issues over branches, pull-requests and tests until the successful, quality assured shipment of a change in the main codebase.
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What started as a hackathon project at //SEIBERT/MEDIA, has become an alpha version that is available on the Atlassian Marketplace. The plugin Microblogging for Confluence is the first mircoblog extension for Atlassian’s social collaboration platform and therefore a solution that allows a seamless and direct information exchange with the team within the wiki – without leaving Confluence.