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How does your IT team solve problems? Does it involve answering a lot of emails? Does half the company walk by and ask for help? That's not exactly the most efficient way to help your internal customers. Good news: there's a way to re-write the script, and it's called knowledge management. Here are four things to keep in mind as you get started.

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This is a guest post from RefinedWiki, the team behind Original Theme for Confluence, one of the best-selling Confluence add-ons of all time. Last month we released RefinedWiki Original Theme 4.0, a Confluence plugin that lets you organize content and skin it with our pre-designed themes. With every release from Atlassian, Confluence gets more friendly for everyone in the company, not just the developers. The rich text editor in Confluence 4.0, Blueprints in 5.1, and new Confluence Questions

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At many organizations, software developers get to have all the JIRA fun. Development and support teams use JIRA to track bugs, features, and tasks while non-technical teams are stuck trudging through an organizational swamp of to-do lists, spreadsheets, email client calendars, and other task management methods that lack JIRA's powerful tracking, commenting, and collaborative features. It doesn't have to be that way. Sales, marketing, finance, legal, technical writers, business development, executives,

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Confluence 4.3 has been released. Learn more! You may have read the title of this blog post, and thought one of two things: 1. 'What the heck is 'Drag-and-Drop and how can I use it?' It's quite simple really, drag-and-drop makes it incredibly easy to take the files crowding your desktop, or documents trapped on your shared network drive and put them in Confluence. Just drag, and drop. Easy right? Why would you want to do that? Apart from standing out from the crowd pimping your pages

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Zen Foundation Sparks True Love with Confluence

This post is dedicated to Stepstone Technologies, the creators of Zen Foundation, a tool that delivers attractive and easy-to-use collaboration for non-technical online communities. With support for strong branding and flexible graphic design, Zen puts rich layout and presentation options at your fingertips. Zen provides new users the safety and freedom to experiment, while improving the quality of published content in Confluence. Love at First Wiki? Have you ever heard the expression, 'love

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