If you've recently moved from a Confluence instance that was hosted by your organization to one on Atlassian's cloud, you may be noticing some differences in how the tools work! The experience is quite different, and we know that can be a bit overwhelming if you've spent a lot of time getting used to the server UI. The change will require some adjustments, so we've provided a quick overview of things to keep an eye out for so you can get back to expertly collaborating with your team.
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In two recent studies*, 86% of IT organizations are concerned about delivering value to their organization and 80% of an IT department's budget is used in Keeping the Lights On (KTLO). As such, IT organizations are focusing more on the right ways to keep their applications happy and healthy.
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Atlassian Reaches 50K Customers
Since their founding in 2002, Atlassian has disrupted the tech industry with their innovative products. Focusing on collaboration, integration, scalability and efficiency, Atlassian continues to change the way companies do business as we move more and more towards a global business model. Because of Atlassian, teams across the world can work seamlessly and in real-time on projects no matter where people are located. They've build products that not only keep up with the needs of today's industry leaders, but they are themselves industry leaders (reflected in their ever-growing Gartner rating). It's with that forward-thinking and must-have product suite that Atlassian has reached 50,000 customers! As Atlassian Solution Partners, we at Praecipio Consulting love nothing more than introducing these products and their capabilities to clients who enthusiastically adopt them with great success. We've seen first-hand how Atlassian brings the best in IT and business process solutions to companies of all sizes and industry, from the dev teams to the marketing teams, and could not be more excited to see what they will come up with by the 100,000 customer mark.
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Atlassian shot into the Enterprise with the release of their revolutionary JIRA Data Center in July, followed by Confluence Data Center in August. Major companies worldwide relying on Enterprise-level, mission-critical processes rejoiced- and now, they have even more reason to celebrate! Now Stash, the popular source code management for Git, is the newest Data Center offering from Atlassian. Currently in its beta version, the first and only platform of its kind to provide a highly available, scalable solution to collaborative Git teams of unlimited sizes with countless products and processes, Stash Data Center brings optimal uptime, the utmost reliability and unlimited scalability. It's only been a week since Scott Farquhar and Mike Cannon-Brookes introduced us to Stash Data Center in the Opening Keynote of Summit, but the IT community is already buzzing over the newest addition to the Atlassian Enterprise family!