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Looking back at the Confluence User Group in London

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… read full post

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New Confluence version released

While I was away catching some sunshine in LA, our friends at Atlassian have released a new version of their ever so popular enterprise wiki Confluence. Whether I had to write an RFP, share my business targets with colleagues, update the status of a project or do some other fancy content editing, I always preferred… read full post

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Confluence User Group – London

We are currently in the planning stage for another Confluence User Group event. We haven’t set a final date yet, but are looking at end of April, so that we can also highlight some of the exciting features that will ship with Confluence 3.2. I have set up a quick survey to be able to… read full post

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Good inaugural Atlassian London event

Great event with Atlassian this week

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Confluence wiki and JIRA users: join us at the Atlassian London meetup

Headshift and Atlassian have teamed up to organise the first UK Confluence and JIRA user group meeting in London on December 12. We will be sharing stories about how companies are using Confluence wikis for collaboration and knowledge sharing and hearing about some exciting new products. Also, find out how companies are finding new uses for the JIRA issue management system, such as Linden Labs’ pioneering application to let employees share ideas about the development of Second Life.

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