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Jira Service Desk is a very well thought out application that builds on all the experience of customers who use Jira for this purpose.
Jira is increasingly used outside Atlassian’s traditional targeted market of Software Engineering. At Blended Perspectives, Jira is also our key tool for our strategic planning, customer relationship management and book keeping processes – areas nothing to do with developing software.
Built upon more than a decade’s worth of Jira development, Atlassian Jira Service Desk was released to the public in the fourth of 2013. Jira Service Desk is Atlassian’s new Add On for Jira, though unusual that, unlike most Addons, Service Desk changes the layout of Jira’s user interface.
In response to patching up our HTTPS/SSL servers to 1.0.1g, we thought that we better make a public service announcement concerning Heartbleed.
I am an unashamed Aussie red wine enthusiast (I also like Whites too!) and I am a big fan of tracking in Jira.
In a recent strategic summary for a large law firm here in Toronto, we compared Microsoft SharePoint Wiki with Atlassian Confluence 5.2.x.
Helping teams get ‘release ready’ is one of the things that Atlassian does best.