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Last call for new Server Licenses: What you need to do NOW...

By Brian Nye on Jan 20, 2021 10:49:41 AM

Atlassian announced last year that its Server products will be sailing off into the sunset in three years (2024) but the first big date is upon us... February 2, 2021. On this date, the following will happen:

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Confluence Spaces: Rightsizing for Maximum Effectivity

By Brian Nye on Jan 11, 2021 3:45:00 PM

Your company has decided to make Confluence your collaboration platform, and you've been asked to get this thing going. Where do you start? Don't worry, you are not alone. Trying to figure out what makes up a Confluence space is a struggle that many people have when getting started with Confluence (and even for those who've had it for years). There are two questions that should be asked to help make the decision: What's the purpose of the space and who will be using the content? Once you get the answers, you'll be on your way to setting up the perfect space for you.

Topics: jira confluence
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Jira Align Jumpstart: What to expect

By Brian Nye on Dec 31, 2020 10:30:00 AM

Do you want to roll out Jira Align in your organization but are not sure where to start? The answer is simple, use our Jira Align Jumpstart solution. This solution will give you access to a Solutions Architect who will walk you and your core team of Jira Align practitioners on the setup of your first Program in Jira Align. 

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Are Atlassian Tools Right For My Business?

By Brian Nye on Jun 3, 2020 12:15:00 PM

Many businesses considering or have purchased one or more products from the Atlassian stack (Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, etc.) have thought, "Is this right for us?" If you are asking this question, you are not alone. Some question why a business would invest in tools that they are not even sure if they meet their business needs, and this is rooted in the fact that Atlassian tools are extremely flexible, perhaps too flexible. Combine Atlassian's flexibility with evolving process requirements and lack of true Atlassian expertise, and you get a toolset that doesn't fit your business needs. This doesn't need to be your reality. You just need some guidance, and Praecipio Consulting can help by doing an Atlassian Process Assessment.

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Essential Services for Pivoting Your Business During a Pandemic

By Brian Nye on Apr 17, 2020 9:15:00 AM

2020 has been a roller coaster of a year, and few would have predicted that this year many of us would be working from home and facing some of the most critical challenges of our professional careers. And while this will pass, many leading businesses are taking this time as an opportunity to break away from traditional molds to better position themselves for the next challenge.

Over the past few weeks, we have worked closely with our clients, some of the largest names in their respective industries, to understand where they want to focus their resources to not only weather this storm but also better prepare them for future ones as well. We found that our clients are primarily in need of solutions that keep the business moving forward, connect employees, and control costs. 

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Jira: Your Path to Digital Transformation

By Brian Nye on Mar 2, 2020 2:00:00 PM

We're all Going Digital

No matter the industry or product, digital transformations are happening all around us. Gone are the days where a product is just a product. It's now a mechanism that gives us analytics and prepares us to launch the next best thing. Everything we touch has some digital aspect to it, and companies that never planned on competing in the digital arena are needing to catch up to the standards of today's landscape. 

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How to Successfully Plan & Track OKRs With Atlassian Tools

By Brian Nye on Feb 5, 2020 9:39:41 AM

OKR: More Than Just a Buzzword

Like most of you, I have been challenged to establish my annual "OKRs" at the start of this new year. It seems that OKR has suddenly become a big buzzword that businesses have been throwing around the past few years. If you were like me before ever hearing of this acronym, you might be asking yourself: what is OKR, and what happened to the classics like KPI or SMART goals?

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Jira Align Features for Agile Portfolio Management

By Brian Nye on Feb 4, 2020 1:30:00 PM

Are you an enterprise company looking for a tool to support your Agile processes at scale? Do you find that you've grown beyond the capabilities of Portfolio for Jira? Announced during Atlassian's 2019 Summit, Jira Align is the latest addition to Atlassian's Jira product family with all of these concerns in mind. Jira Align is jammed packed with features that will make Business Owners, Program Managers, and all other planning people rejoice by providing a tool that is designed with Scaled Agile Best practices in mind (SAFe, DaD, LeSS). Below are some of the key features that will make planning and tracking easier than ever before.

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Jira Resolutions: Why are They Important?

By Brian Nye on Jan 28, 2020 1:30:00 PM

One of the most frequent questions we get asked when on a project is, "Why do I need 'Resolutions', can't we just use statuses?" The short answer is "No" and it's because they are not the same thing. I know that you all would be terribly disappointed if I just stopped here so I'm going to outline a few reasons why it's an important field and share some best practices. 

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Simplify FDA eSignature requirements in Atlassian Jira

By Brian Nye on Jan 22, 2019 11:40:00 AM

What is FDA 21 CFR Part 11?

FDA 21 CFR Part 11 regulation (Part 11) is the Food and Drug Administration's regulations that cover document signing and records retention for processes and documents specified by the FDA. Prescribed as an “open system” system solution, as defined in Section 11.3(b)(9), in which there is electronic communication among multiple persons and where system access extends to people who are not part of the organization that operates the system. The controls for an open system are discussed in Section 11.30.

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