Archives for the tag: hipchat

We believe in supporting teams who are doing great things around the world. Over the past 13 years we've donated 30,000 community licenses to non-profit organizations, a total value of $58 million. And we want to give more. We know communication is key to high-powered teams and to make sure all non-profits have the best tools for success, we offer HipChat Plus for free. Read on to learn more.

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Maintaining company culture as your agile teams scale

Establishing a unified culture with a small team can be easy. But as an organization grows, maintaining that same agile culture gets more and more challenging. Teams can become siloed, and the shared company vision, norms, systems, and habits are more difficult to preserve. So what lessons can we impart about keeping your culture intact as your agile teams scale?

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If there's one thing everyone everywhere can agree on, it's that we all hate cancer. When we found that Magview, the leader in mammography technology, relies on JIRA Service Desk and Hipchat to help their customers–we were thrilled. Helping technology that saves lives is a dream come true for us.

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Are you a boss? Maybe not technically, but you should always be living the boss life. And that means taking control of your work environment so you can pop that collar and win those dollars. New features and improvements in HipChat are aimed at giving you the controls. Three newbies--per-room notifications, appearance settings, and custom emoticons for all--let you choose how you want to work.

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Last month, we had the pleasure of attending the SITS 2015 conference, and we were blown away by what we saw, who we met and the overall reception from newcomers and our peers alike. We met some amazing teams doing incredible things, and we were humbled by the glowing review that not just JIRA Service Desk received, but Atlassian. When we arrived at SITS 2015, we were new to the space – this was only our second year in London, so the Atlassian crew was a little nervous that JIRA Service Desk

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