How it all began When I started my internship at Homepage-Design Seibert (as they were then known) in 2002, I …
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!
This year we committed to the “Wiesbaden Engagiert” project week for the fourth time! As part of this initiative, companies commit to supporting charitable institutions and social projects in Wiesbaden. We decided to work on a website project with the Friedrich von Bodelschwingh school, a special school focusing on physical and motor development.
//SEIBERT/MEDIA has seven core values, developed in collaboration with all employees, interested in taking part. We hope this post explains our values, shows what they mean in practice and how they shape of our daily work lives.
With Microblogging for Confluence, you can extend your company’s wiki and collaboration system with a feature set that offers modern, fast, straightforward social media functionality within Confluence – with timelines, comments and likes, topics to subscribe to, unread post indicators, and more. Microblogs let teams rapidly exchange, share and discuss ideas, they are great for internal announcements – the applications of microblogging are diverse. Our development team has just delivered Microblogging for Confluence version 3.1, which delivers a practical Hipchat integration.
Earlier this year, John Wetenhall, Head of Strategy & Operations Manager visited us here in Wiesbaden, immediately after Atlassian Summit Europe ended. I took this opportunity to sit down with John for a few video interviews. In our first interview, we chatted about Summit, and in this second session, we focused on collaboration using Confluence and how to customize it.
In this post, I want to give you some insights into what we have been working on around Confluence and our social intranet suite Linchpin: What new versions and products are starting development? What new features will be delivered for our various add-ons soon? What is being optimized and improved? You can read all this and more.
The Custom User Profile app by //SEIBERT/MEDIA lets you expand the content in Confluence user profiles, both visually and technically. Our development team has released Custom User Profile version 2.2, which now supports the long-awaited integration of messenger applications.
From 2 October 2017, Atlassian will increase their license fees for their server product line by an average of around 10 percent. This price adjustment covers both initial licenses and support extensions for server products. Here are your options!
You don’t talk about money – at least not in concrete terms, and never before the start of a project. This seems to be the motto for many providers of intranet solutions. It is certainly true for one particularly large one. But that’s not what you will get with a Linchpin social intranet solution: We are fully transparent about all of the costs and services involved in the entire project.