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How do you stay on top of your Confluence? In this post, we’re sharing ways to clean up your Confluence so it remains a simple and easy to navigate knowledge base.
When it comes to Atlassian hosting, what’s the best choice for you? In this post, we compare internal hosting, Atlassian Cloud, and managed hosting services to help you choose the best option for your business.
Atlassian’s suite of tools has grown over the years, as has the company itself. Here, we look at what these solutions can offer users, and how they fit together.
How do you decide if JIRA Software or JIRA Core is the right option for your teams? In this post, we take a look at the differences between the two, and suggest four questions to use as a starting point to help you choose.
These 5 key points will help you, dear JIRA Admin, whilst you jostle with JIRA in your own work environments. Read our free blog here.
In recent office discussion the topic was who’s better, Microsoft Office or Google Docs… I have put together a little blog to discuss the differences.
In this post, Zephyr’s Sanjay Zalavadia offers up three tips on how to efficiently structure and organize your test case repository.
We put two enterprise-level Git heavyweights to the test in Bitbucket Server (formerly Stash) vs. GitHub Enterprise, to help you decide which tool will enable your teams to scale.
The right software can mean the difference between success and failure for your teams. In this post, we compare the pros, cons and different features of Confluence vs SharePoint to help you make the right decision.
In this post, Clearvision Development Expert Rob Giddings explores the differences between effort and complexity when it comes to measures of estimation in Story Points.
When it comes to version control systems, there’s no shortage of choices. Among them is, of course, Git, a free, open-source solution that’s taken the world by storm. But how does Git compare to Perforce Helix, a proprietary system that’s been around for 11 years longer?
What do you do when you commit to the wrong Git branch? Undo and commit to new branch, or move commits to the other branch? In this post, learn how to do both.