DEMICON Insights

DEMICON Insights

How to avoid technical debt in Jira?

Technical debt is a rare term referring to the implied cost of necessary extra work in your Jira environment. This problem is caused by poorly transferring your business requirements instead of using a better approach that would take longer, with the purpose to deliver fast results (regardless of quality, scalability, performance, etc.)

DEMICON amongst one of the best IT service providers in Germany.

DEMICON has been chosen as one of the "Best IT Service Providers 2022"!

The time has come: Introducing the new DEMICON brand identity

Normally, we give insights about how DEMICON supports businesses in getting up-to-speed with...

IT Transformation Journey: 6 steps to digital transformation

The future is digital - IT transformation is not only optional but necessary for modern...

DEMICON listed among Germany’s leading IT Management Consulting Firms by Daily Finance

We are excited and proud to share the news that we have been listed among the 'Best Management...

Important changes to the Atlassian cloud pricing

Atlassian is increasing the prices of multiple cloud products, the new prices will be...

Vulnerability Update: Confluence

Atlassian urges its customers to immediately update their Confluence on-premise, Data Center and...

3 New Atlassian Marketplace upgrades you don't want to miss.

Over the past months, Atlassian has upgraded the features of the “Atlassian Marketplace”. The...

12 Key Points for Successful Migration to Atlassian Cloud

For organizations looking to get one step ahead within their industry, moving to the cloud...

Enabling Remote PI Planning for Distributed Teams with Jira

A big challenge facing many agile and remote teams following the principles of a Scaled Agile...