Tag Archives: technology

Will Atlassian Be Recognizable in 2016?

A fork in the road infers a decision point in ones life.

As the largest purveyor of JIRA classes outside of Atlassian, we are as keen as anyone on their plans for the future after the round of press releases and articles related to JIRA, Atlassian’s value, and a possible IPO. The news and reporting around Atlassian of late has been pretty intense, confusing, and possibly alarming. […]

Pixelated

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At the beginning of 2013, I was thrilled to receive the new Google designed Pixel. It was, and still is, a pleasure to use. I have written about it many times the last two years with very little negative to say about it. Many harped on its few weaknesses, primarily battery life and getting a […]

User Adoption = Success

close-up of automobile engine or transmission steel gear box

System Administrators often find themselves caught trying to fulfill the promises and hype that come with a new system purchase. As ERP companies learned the hard way over the last twenty years, a system is only as good as its user adoption. Metrics cannot flow to management without individual users, on a consistent basis, doing […]

The Cobbler’s Kids

Image is from Life Magazine, 1946: It is a photo of an orphan with his first pair of new shoes.

The old saying about the cobbler’s kids that have no shoes is as true in concept now as it was a millenia ago. At Oasis Digital, where we find great solutions to increase the success of our customers, we have been so focused on those projects that we find ourselves lacking our marketing shoes. Our […]

JIRA: A Fluid Interface

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Strategies for successfully traversing the ever shifting Atlassian UI Atlassian’s JIRA is a fascinating platform for me to use, teach about, and study. I have been working with computers since I was a child in the 80’s. My parents did not buy an Atari game machine when they were popular, we bought an Atari 400 […]