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
Everything to Know About the White House’s Cybersecurity Executive Orders
From a major gas pipeline to a top meat producer and even dozens of government agencies— all types of organizations fell victim to cyberattacks over the past year.
Deterring Hackers - How Atlassian is Staying Secure Amidst the Rise of Ransomware Attacks
As early as next year, researchers expect 90% of global enterprises to rely on cloud-based infrastructure to support operations. But as the amount of sensitive data stored online grows, so do the threats to compromise it. Ransomware attacks, the practice of encrypting data and threatening to withhold or publish it unless the victim pays a fee, have surged in scale and complexity––this past year being a standout.
The Ultimate Guide to FedRAMP: Why You Need a FedRAMP Cloud
Nearly all of our everyday interactions operate online: commerce, healthcare, connecting with others. To increase efficiency in online operations, more and more industries are collecting and storing data on cloud based software, and the public sector is no different. While almost half of government organizations use cloud services, Gartner predicts significant growth to continue — with an estimated 17% increase in spending this year.
How To Maintain Agility Amid Budgetary Constraints
Over the past year, businesses from every industry have been forced to make tough financial decisions about IT spending. For most organizations, a significant portion (or perhaps even all) of their 2020 budgets were spent equipping teams with the right devices, tools, platforms and security to perform their jobs from home. While these expenses were necessary to navigate the reality of remote work, many organizations will pull back on spending to level out their budget this year.
Achieving Organizational Agility With the Upgraded SAFe 5.0
As the workforce evolves in response to an increased reliance on technology, fast-paced innovation and global interconnectedness, teams across industries are transforming their business models and technological infrastructure to operate more efficiently. Establishing business agility—the adoption of agile practices across all teams, not just software development—is key for businesses to stay competitive and scale in the current climate.
Improvements to Atlassian Confluence Create Better Results for Remote Teams
Today, collaboration platforms are seen as an essential component of how we work, and according to a survey of 1,200 global IT decision-makers, could replace traditional communications methods by 2024. As a result of more hybrid work models and co-located teams, organizations need tools that keep them connected. And long-standing collaboration platforms like Atlassian’s Confluence, are evolving to answer the call.
Podcast: Adventures in CI/CD
Listen to our recent podcast with the Lando team and our Sr. Director of CMS Product Development, Solomon Gifford, as they talk about the wild world of modern CI/CD providers, SecDevOps, and the quest to put the "dev" back in "DevOps". We recently collaborated with the Lando team on a guide to modern CI/CD providers to help developers take the next step in their CI/CD adventurers. This podcast is a follow-up to that article. A few things to listen for...
Deploying Drupal on AWS: Don’t Go it Alone!
After more than a year where in-person interactions took a back seat to online interactions, users’ expectations for digital experiences are higher than ever. In fact, more than half of U.S. consumers (65%) now prefer their brand experiences to be online. To keep pace with more digital-first consumers, a growing number of organizations are turning to cloud services.