In this blog, we will be detailing all the Interface changes between the DC and cloud instance of Jira. It’s specifically written for end-users, who do not have access to the project or administrative settings of Jira.
Jira for lead management Our contact form on our website is redirecting e-mails to Jira, resulting in automatic ticket creation for new leads. This works really well, we create transparency within our organisation, we can assign people to leads and specify a lot more details to this potential customer. Have we served this customer before?…
Advanced Roadmaps is a feature in Jira Software that allows you to plan work across multiple teams and/or Jira projects in so-called Plans without affecting the issues in Jira until you have found “the holy grail” (reviewed the changes).
This blog is the cheatsheet!
Cloud first Over the past few years, Atlassian has made it no secret that their focus is on becoming a ‘cloud-first company’. Atlassian is known for spending a significant amount of their resources on R&D. In the past few years, the majority of these investments have been made towards cloud-related development. Resulting in a lot…
Welcome to the September 2020 edition of our monthly recurring blog post covering the highlights of Atlassian Server and Data Center product updates. In this month’s edition, we cover the new Bitbucket 7 LTS release, Confluence’s 7.8 feature release and several bugfixes. To find out more, keep on reading!
Welcome to the July and August 2020 edition of our monthly blog covering the highlights of Atlassian Server and Data Center product updates. For each product, we cover a selection of the most exciting new features, bug fixes and security advisories that were released in the last month.
The automation rules that are created are becoming more advanced by the day. In this blog, we’ll be sharing some of these advanced rules for Jira Service Desk (JSD) that might help benefit you as well.
This time TMC ALM is looking into how to secure your on premises Jira, Server and DataCenter, instance to ensure your data is kept safe.
The goal of this article is to create a starting point for securing the data in your Atlassian instance. For this we compiled a list of check points that our professionals use. We think this is good starting point to improve the security of your Atlassian instance.
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