This post is about Linchpin Intranet in 2016. It wants to give you some background information and ask you to participate in our survey to help us understand what you need from us. Please help. We promise to listen closely and offer high value to those who believe in our technology.
This post is about Linch and Pin and their conversations about collaboration in an elevator. The two are working in a big corporation and analyze the difficulties of collaboration in this company during their encounters. They know, that there is a better way, but they are not in charge. Linch and Pin are the stars of our upcoming new video series. Stay tuned!
It’s been a simple JIRA issue at first with the summary: “Optimize your own public profile”. Every email I write contains a simple footer with my phone number and a link to my English profile page. I realize, that the importance of the linked page is rising. That’s how the JIRA issue about optimizing this page was created: I wanted to put some effort in my profile optimization. That’s why I am creating this blog post as a public documentation and a point for you to comment on and help me get more ideas.
We had such a tremendous response to our Intranet Dinner in New York that it sold out in just a few days. We’ve added a few more spots but you must register by Wednesday, December 2! We are planning the next Intranet Dinner in Saint Louis. RSVP now if you can be there on December 14th. (There is a video about the St. Louis Intranet Dinner.)
Collaboration platforms are always deployed with high hopes and the best of intentions. Sadly, though, neither of these things have anything to do with whether it will be successful. While it may take quite some time for a failed deployment to go off the rails, you can be sure the stage was set in it’s infancy.
Atlassian’s Confluence has developed over the past years from a mere enterprise wiki to an enterprise social collaboration platform. Nowadays, the system and various third party plugins offer anything that is necessary for building a professional, scaleable social intranet for enterprises. How can such a platform be built up – especially in large enterprises? Which hurdles need to be crossed? Which approach is appropriate? During our Atlassian Enterprise Club meeting with customers, Martin Seibert, CEO of //SEIBERT/MEDIA presented on the following topic: “Building Social Intranets with Confluence”
Martin Seibert and Erik Klein present the Confluence based intranet solution LINCHPIN by //SEIBERT/MEDIA. It is the central hub of your daily work and allows you personalization, top down communication, news, navigation menu editor, and much more, based on your active directory. Learn more about LINCHPIN in this video.
Why use LINCHPIN to implement a real social intranet? LINCHPIN is the central hub for your employees, featuring top down communication and full personalization, depending on location and language settings. Based on your LDAP, your active directory, the Navigation Menu Editor will customize contents for the user. LINCHPIN offers News, Highlights, Expert Search, Menus, and much more.
The Highlights plugin within the LINCHPIN social intranet allows different corporate news to be published to different user groups, depending on their location, department or other variables. It is based on the Custom User Profile plugin. In this video, Martin Seibert and Eric Klein demonstrate the features of the Highlights plugin.
Events, team events and office parties take place in every company. Meetings and discussions are part of daily life at the office. Creating and operationalizing Confluence documents to organize acceptances and rejections is repetitive and time-consuming work. The EasyEvents Confluence plugin developed by //SEIBERT/MEDIA does a lot of this work for you.