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As a Content Marketing Executive who’s done a lot of research recently on homeworking, I’ve noticed some common themes — loneliness, mental health, staying connected.
Accessibility is one of the main reasons why many businesses are headed for the clouds in response to the global crisis.
Co-Founder and CEO Scott Farquahar introduced the first-ever Atlassian Remote Summit from his home this year, here are some of the highlights.
With the exception of a few industries, employers everywhere are asking staff to work from home in an effort to tackle the further spreading of Coronavirus.
Amongst many things impacted by COVID-19, businesses around the globe are making the strategic move to work remotely; luckily Atlassian tools are helping their teams stay together.
Major events around the world are being called off or turned into virtual experiences as a result of Coronavirus. Travel between certain countries is being stopped, and many businesses are encouraging their employees to work from home.
Atlassian, along with a number of other organizations hosting their own events around the globe
With Summit fast-approaching, we discuss one of the hottest topics in the world of software right now — Cloud.
Were you contacted by Atlassian about the upcoming functionality changes to Trello? Here’s how we can help.
As the biggest event in our world approaches, Atlassian Summit, we ready ourselves for a swag-free few days, in support of the Australian bushfires.
Last year we placed 97th on The Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For List — this year we came 32nd!
If a team identifies a story as complex, it’s often a good idea to ask why, and to follow up with what can be done to mitigate the complexity.