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Q&A: Why You Shouldn’t Migrate to Atlassian Cloud Alone

For the majority of companies, innovation is happening in the cloud, whether that means launching a new product or making critical updates to existing features. However, out of the 75% of global tech leaders that confirm this strategy, only 8% say they have experience working with cloud-related tools.

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Our Own Migration to JSM Made us a Stronger Atlassian Platinum Solutions Partner and Company. Here’s How.

By Solomon Gifford and James Hunt Over the summer of 2022, Contegix switched its ITSM platform from ServiceNow to Jira Service Management (JSM). As an Atlassian Platinum Solutions Provider, we had confidence and experience in Atlassian’s ITSM solution, knowing it would not only suit our team’s needs but would also provide a platform to demonstrate our knowledge and experience.

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ITSM Migration: 6 Recommendations from Experience

Solomon Gifford, the Senior Director of Product Development at Contegix provides a first-hand account of his first ITSM migration: the challenges and lessons learned:

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Helped Wanted: Overcoming Cloud’s Talent Shortage

The pandemic was a catalyst for many changes, but none as dramatic as the shift to cloud services. Virtually overnight, companies were forced to set up teams to work remotely, which required a strong cloud-based infrastructure. 

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Overcoming Cloud Sprawl with Atlassian Cloud

Cloud adoption has been accelerating for years—and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. The IDC predicts that more than $1.3 trillion will be spent on cloud worldwide by 2025.  However, as your business—and the number of tools you use—grows, it’s easy to acquire too much of a good thing. 

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Configure it Out: Ensuring Atlassian Cloud Migration and Set-Up is Secure

Cloud misconfigurations, including gaps, errors and glitches, are on the rise. According to the U.S. National Security Agency, misconfiguration is the most prevalent cloud vulnerability. And the security implications can be significant, with cybercriminals exploiting access to data.