4 Security Risks of Staying on Atlassian Server
After February 15th, 2024, Atlassian will cease support and upgrades for its Server products. This means that those who still have Confluence, Jira, or JSM on the Server platform will no longer receive standard technical support, security updates, or vulnerability fixes. Renewing, expanding, or reducing the number of licenses for the core products will also not be possible.
This is what you risk if Atlassian tools are not moved to the cloud
From February 15th Atlassian's server products will be phased out in favor of cloud-based versions. Just weeks before this significant shift, there are still many who have not formulated a plan for the migration process. This surprises IT company Computas, one of Norway's largest providers of Atlassian products and services.
Four reasons for using Jira Service Management
Jira Service Management is a portal used to handle internal and external inquiries. This can be anything from questions from customers, to colleagues who lack access or have issues they need help solving. With an effective system for dealing with such challenges, you will spend less time solving problems and more time creating, researching, developing and delivering results.
More agile collaboration with Confluence
In Confluence, you get the opportunity to share knowledge and have a common methodology across the projects in the company. All documentation and methodology are in one place, and this helps you to use your recipe for success several times. If you gather project planning, meeting notes, product requirements and marketing plans in one place, there will no longer be any doubt about what is the latest version or about what has been proposed or adopted.
What exactly is Jira?
With Jira, you and all your colleagues get an overview of work tasks, progress and results. Regardless of whether you are an experienced Jira user or have not yet used the software, there is definitely something you still do not know about Atlassian's popular task management system.