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Looking back at the Confluence User Group in London

by Christoph Schmaltz

Last week Headshift and Adaptivist hosted this year’s first Confluence User Group. The organisations attending were as varied as the topics discussed. There was a lot of interest around the strategic use of Confluence (especially along enterprise legacy systems), user adoption, community management but also more technical topics like clustering, plugin development and others. Most organisations have been using Confluence for more than a year now. Some of them have gone through the initial excitement stage and are now in the process of establishing Confluence as a valuable business tool.

We covered a lot of the topics described above in presentations, case studies, panels and Q&A sessions.

Get in touch if you like to discuss any Confluence related challenges or are looking at taking a broader approach to achieving your business objectives using social tools.

Below you can find slides from three presentations that were given in the business track of the event:

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