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Top 10 JIRA Plugins and Add Ons in 2020

Maria Dorogokupez
Posted by Maria Dorogokupez
September 12, 2018

Being active Atlassian Expert this year we’ve had a great number of JIRA projects, and obviously we worked a lot with all sorts of JIRA plugins. So now we present to you our expert opinion on what JIRA plugins, add ons and extensions can be rightfully called the best in 2020. 1. Xray Test Management […]

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Atlassian Summit 2018 in Barcelona – keynotes

Maria Dorogokupez
Posted by Maria Dorogokupez
September 10, 2018

Atlassian Summit is the most important Atlassian-themed event of the year for numerous reasons: it has the largest number of sessions, it gathers together Atlassian CEOs, tool developers and practitioners, and the Bash party afterwards is really great. But this is not all – what we value the most in the Summit is the atmosphere […]

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Top 10 Confluence Plugins and Add Ons in 2020

Maria Dorogokupez
Posted by Maria Dorogokupez
September 7, 2018

If you’re looking for a reliable solution at the Atlassian Marketplace, the easiest way is to check out the rating of a Confluence plugin. Yet, are those popular and well-rated Confluence plugins really that good? Here’s our top-10 of the most useful Confluence plugins in the year 2020 that are definitely worth their price. 1. draw.io […]

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JIRA Ops Tool Review

Maria Dorogokupez
Posted by Maria Dorogokupez
September 6, 2018

Jira Ops JIRA Ops tool by Atlassian is one of the most intriguing announcements of the recent Atlassian Summit in Barcelona. For all we know about JIRA Ops at the moment, it will support the whole incident management lifecycle – from the initial alert to the status “resolved”.  The tool is by default integrated with […]

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The Atlassian Journey Session. Our Impressions and Discoveries

Maria Dorogokupez
Posted by Maria Dorogokupez
September 4, 2018

Well, this morning’s Atlassian session was a real exciting one! Our team didn’t even suspect it would be so packed with announcements and new opportunities, but there they were. First and foremost, we’d like to thank all the speakers – Mike Cannon-Brookes, Scott Farquhar, Aubrey Blanche, Cameron Deatsch, Anu Bharadwaj and Otto Ruettinger – for […]

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Battle for Data Relevance, or Custom Plugin for Confluence

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
August 31, 2018

Introduction Each second brings to the world new piece of information, accelerating progress. At the same time knowledge is no more reserved only to high-technology (and highbrow) spheres like chemistry, cosmonautics, medicine – it’s universal and cross-boundary. Any company at any industry can create and accumulate an individual body of knowledge and put it to […]

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ITSMF webinar “GDPR implementation without troubles and fines”

Maria Dorogokupez
Posted by Maria Dorogokupez
June 19, 2018

GDPR implementation has been a thoroughly discussed and well-covered event in Europe. EU companies had enough time and extensive guidelines to become GDPR compliant. Yet for their Russian colleagues this regulation was and, by and large, is still an obscurity. Such ignorance is understandable, but can not be justified, especially for global cutting-edge enterprises. So […]

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Confluence for Content Management at Polontech

Maria Dorogokupez
Posted by Maria Dorogokupez
June 15, 2018

I’m a content manager at Polontech and what I enjoy the most is the process of writing. I used to think that all I would need for my work is Microsoft Word and my muse. Yet as I was getting more and more acquainted with Atlassian instruments, I understood that Confluence provides too powerful content […]

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