Archives for the tag: wikis

Cash For Clunkers: Confluence Trade-Ins

5 days left to trade-in your clunky collaboration method Our second Cash For Clunkers program has been humming along quietly over the past month. With only 5 days left it seems apt that we provide an update on what the collaboration trade-in scene is looking like. We're not just dishing out 20% discounts or free 10-user Confluence licenses for trade-ins, we're also giving four lucky creative people a $1,000 donation to a charity of their choosing and their very own Amazon Kindle (sorry no Apple

Continue reading »

This post is fourth in a series on using Confluence as a Business Intelligence tool. Now that you're pulling your data onto Confluence pages and making it into eye-popping charts, your reports might be so popular that they're putting a strain on your database. A flashy executive dashboard that shows daily stats from every division of the company isn't so flashy if it takes five minutes to load. Optimization to the rescue! Confluence gives you several methods to improve the speed of reporting. The

Continue reading »

This post is third in a series on using Confluence as a Business Intelligence tool. Nothing compares to a chart for quickly conveying rich, multivariate comparative data. Confluence comes with several types of charts, each of which has many formatting options that let you present your data in cool and powerful ways. Out of the box, {chart} can produce these charts and more: In the previous section of this guide, we looked at getting your data onto a page. In this section you'll learn how to present

Continue reading »

Ted.com just posted the last month's TED talks and, to our surprise, Atlassian was hailed by Dan Pink (best-selling author and former Al Gore speechwriter) as a company that motivates its employees in radical and effective ways. Specifically he mentions our ShipIt Days, where we set aside 1 1/2 days for developers to work on whatever they want (with a skew towards our products) and then demonstrate it live to the entire company. He also mentions Atlassian's 20% time where Atlassian developers

Continue reading »

At least year's Web 2.0 Expo, Atlassian's one and only Jeffrey Walker delivered a highly-lauded presentation on on how to drive wiki wiki adoption in the enterprise. This year Jeffrey couldn't attend so we filled the void as best we could. So without further ado, here's the last Wiki Theater presentation from Web 2.0 Expo 2009...Five Patterns for Massive Wiki Adoption. Next year we'll have Jeffrey back:) Five Patterns For Massive Adoption GcView more presentations from Atlassian Atlassian.

Continue reading »