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5 simple ways to create transparency at work - Atlassian Blog

It's no secret that transparency, more commonly expressed as "Open company, no BS," is one of Atlassian's most important values. Far from a boardroom buzzword, operating with integrity within and between teams is a vital part of your team and company's success.

Why everyone in IT should think like a product manager - Atlassian Blog "The first thing we think about is: What do our users want? What do they need to get the job done? And, how are we going to deliver that?" No, this is not a Product Manager at a company like Facebook, Amazon, or the next hot startup. ...

IT Trends: 5 Secrets of High-Performing IT Teams | Atlassian We profiled 200+ IT professionals and found out what high-performing IT teams do, that others don't. Discover the IT trends of high-performing IT teams. ...

Eliminate downtime, resolve issues faster and stop guesstimating with JIRA Service Desk Server 3.6 JIRA Service Desk Server 3.6 is here with collaborator comments, SLA improvements, and zero downtime upgrades. Allow collaborators to comment on existing requests via email so they're resolved faster, stop guesstimating with improved readability of SLAs in the queue, and elimin ...

Thank you for joining us at the Public Sector Show 2017, in London, ExCel!

Thank you for joining us at the first Atlassian Summit, Europe!

In this guest blog Sanjay Zalavadia, VP of Client Services at Zephyr, describes how to address some of the challenges associated with managing requirements. 

In this guest blog Sanjay Zalavadia, VP of Client Services at Zephyr, describes how to mitigate common defects found while product testing. 

No one who works in the tech industry should have any schadenfreude in response to GitLab’s outage yesterday.

2iC use Confluence extensively for communications between internal and external developers, and to provide product documentation and a knowledge base for customers. Security is critical and must ensure that information is only visible or editable to the correct users. 2iC had two separate instances of Confluence, one for internal users and one for customers, but this separation made moving information between the two cumbersome and time consuming.