The digital form of the talk in the hallway, where employees exchange information, news, ideas and project details and receive feedback and input, are a benefit for enterprises. But what are specific use cases for an enterprise microblog? We have collected 36 use cases. After the first twelve, read more about use cases 13 to 24.
JIRA helps you collaborate more efficiently with your co-workers and spend less time in following up tasks. This user friendly tool, among many other helpful features, lets you enter descriptions of tasks that need to be done, assign them to other employees and set deadlines. It allows you to create issues (tasks) for helpdesk tickets, project tasks, change requests or software bugs.
If in the opening phase of a wiki adoption it should be difficult to activate employees to participate, this is often because employees haven’t been properly brought up to speed and misunderstand the whole idea of a wiki. One symptom of this is the fear of sharing knowledge.
An internal microblog can become a useful channel of communication within an enterprise. Similar to having lunch or coffee together, or chatting in the hallway, employees exchange information, news, ideas or project details in a microblog. Sometimes the posts are time sensitive and important, sometimes they are just about exchanging ideas with colleagues and getting their input. Enterprises can benefit from that. What are specific use cases, and how can the internal tweeting gain strength? We have collected 36 use cases. Here are the first dozen.
Within a company there can be many approaches for the development of texts as well as the sharing of texts for further revision. We could, for example, write a text in Word and then load the final version into the enterprise wiki. We could also send around texts by e-mail, asking colleagues to read them and, if necessary, to make changes. But we could also develop a text directly within a wiki. What should we think of this particular work process?
A usability test, that only takes five seconds? Admittedly, it is almost too good to be true. The reservation against Five Second Tests, a specific form of remote usability testing, is great by and large. Experts traditionally place a lot of value on a clean methodology and clean results. Skepticism toward a new and simpler method is understandable. The attractiveness of Five Second Tests lies undisputedly in its simplicity. Through a link, participants are referred to a page on which they are shown a screenshot of a web site for exactly five seconds. Following, they have to answer questions to this page. Finished.
Atlassian has launched a new training program, that will also include interactive courses with certifications. Approximately a dozen Atlassian Expert partners were chosen to support the program. //SEIBERT/MEDIA is proud to be one of them. In this interview, Sherry Quinn (Training Director at Atlassian) explains the new training concept, what customers can expect and why //SEIBERT/MEDIA is a great partner for Atlassian trainings.
Numerous internet surfers probably know the following process: you’re surfing a website and you find a link with an e-mail-address. You click on the link, which begins your odyssey-like journey through the depths of your computer. Why? Because the link leads to the whirring of your hard drive, as the mail-client installed on your computer stirs to action (or, possibly, asks to be set up) and all sorts of additional windows begin to pop open on your screen. Even though you had just been comfortably surfing through the web, now you have to master strong currents as you fight off towering waves.
We have already summarized 111 solid reasons for using an enterprise wiki. Now with the help of some concrete examples we are going to show you how an enterprise wiki can actually benefit your firm. Following in the footsteps of examples 1-22 and 23-44, we now close our series with 22 more concrete use examples.
It is now possible for software teams to implement development best practices and world-class project tracking at the same time without hassle. JIRA 6.3 is now more integrated with Stash and Crucible. The moment the development of an issue is complete, JIRA automatically updates the issues. In addition, JIRA Agile now allows the entire team an end to end view of the project through enhanced reporting decisions.