Low, Moderate or High: What FedRAMP Impact Level is Right for You?
Achieving the FedRAMP certification is a requirement for organizations working with government agencies. FedRAMP is a necessary compliance framework to ensure the proper level of security is in place for cloud products and services.Read more
Should I Migrate to Atlassian Cloud?
Organizations that migrate to a single SaaS-based model can more clearly define digital processes and workflows, as well as streamline technology and infrastructure in a way that maps to specific corporate goals—placing IT in the driver’s seat.Learn more
How the Public Sector Can Enable DevOps with Jira’s Latest Updates
Stringent regulations surrounding compliance and security requirements, limited funding and changing priorities within the public sector are all key factors.Read More
Curious About Cloud? Critical Elements to Consider for Your Cloud Journey
Now that organizations have felt the benefits of remote work—it’s crucial their workflows are designed to support new flexible and dispersed work standards. To enable these distributed workflows, droves of organizations are turning to cloud. While cloud solutions can provide a slew of benefits to almost any organization—including better team collaboration, IT cost efficiency, scalability and more—there isn’t a one-size-fits-all plan for cloud migration or implementation.
Take Advantage of Atlassian Improvements by Migrating to Cloud
Companies are packing up their digital workloads and moving from on-premise hardware servers to the cloud—so much so that 90% of global enterprises will use multi-cloud systems this year. According to McKinsey research, the onset of the pandemic was one factor driving cloud adoption, as many organizations fast tracked migration plans to meet increasing demand for virtual services.
Does My Organization Need Atlassian Data Center or Cloud?
Atlassian has made no secret about its plan to go all in on cloud—announcing last year it stopped selling new server licenses, and will soon retire its on-prem server products.
3 Lessons from SAFe Implementation in the Public Sector
From issuing official documents to administering unemployment benefits or regulating entire industries, the size and scope of public sector services is complex, often requiring input from hundreds of stakeholders to execute. And when these projects don’t succeed, the effects can be high profile and far ranging—just think of the initial healthcare.gov website rollout.
Four Ways Atlassian Tools Support Emerging Work Trends for Developers
The widespread adoption of remote and hybrid work has introduced new opportunities for developers to boost their productivity: 60% report they release code two times faster than last year, thanks to more flexible work options and fewer distractions than the office. However, organizations must make sure developers' workloads are sustainable for the long term by selecting the right tools and infrastructure to support the shift in work culture.
Tackling 4 Security Challenges with DevSecOps
Achieving a robust cybersecurity posture has been mission-critical as businesses experienced a staggering spike in cybercrime last year.
Going Cloud-Native: Why You Need AWS Management to Take Cloud Environments to the Next Level
Complex services such as purchasing a vehicle have long gone digital to keep up with consumers’ demand for convenience and efficiency. But simply operating as an online business isn’t enough to compete in today’s digital market––in order to thrive, organizations must evolve their digital services as both consumer and business priorities evolve. For example, automotive companies today are gearing up to provide in-car software that could teach drivers how to operate their vehicle off-road or even provide entertainment suggestions.
Agile for ITSM: Four Ways Jira Service Management Can Resolve Problems and Make Your Clients Happy
As the need to deliver online service support grows, IT service management (ITSM) teams, the long unsung heroes behind organizations’ support efforts, are being thrust into the spotlight. These teams are responsible for meeting the growing demand for high-quality support experiences, such as providing first-class ticketing and online service management systems. However, existing processes or tools are not designed to meet the pace of today’s “always-on” world and can often hinder ITSM teams from rapid responses to internal or client issues.