If you’ve started looking into Opsgenie, you are probably already aware of the powerful alerting, escalation management and reporting that it brings you. And if you haven’t started looking yet, head over to the Opsgenie home page. I’ll wait. So if you’ve been to the Opsgenie page, you may have noticed the Integrations link at […]

With a new office comes customizations of every kind to make employees comfortable and exited to come to work, as well as hosting clients and other people who might come to visit us. The past two offices we’ve been through, I’ve been charged with creating some wall art that kind of defines where we’re at. […]

The week started off like any other, nothing crazy or different.  That was until we received a phone call that our emergency dog fostering services were needed. Let me back up a bit and explain how we got here. I am currently engaged to a “dog guy” and when we met he had a beautiful […]

When it comes to fields, it is usually sufficient to select which ones will appear on a given screen but Jira administrators have other options available to them. Administrators have the ability to hide fields if they wish to prevent users from changing a field’s value. They also have the option to require users to […]

This year I had the pleasure of attending the Atlassian Summit in Las Vegas. There were many tracks and topics available. I made sure to mark the most interesting talks on my handy dandy Atlassian Events App. One track I was particularly interested in was People, Practices and Culture. I enjoy learning how we can […]

Hello World! This is Nick Nader, and I recently joined the Isos Technology team as a solution engineer. As a 3 year alumnus of Penn State’s Information Science and Technology College, software professional, and lifelong technology user, I have discovered that there is one pertinent facet of software that is grossly underrated: usability. After recently […]

I have been obsessed with reducing the amount of noise I’m presented with on a daily basis. This includes: Not getting an Apple Watch… no matter how much I want one! All I see are people reacting to notifications. No thank you! Speaking of notifications, disabling as many alerts and notifications possible — on my […]

“Easy… Secrets? Wait. What’s that?… Oh, oh, ok. Excuse me. So it’s Easysecrets, one word? Got it, but still. You’ve got to be kidding me!” As a trusted, Platinum Atlassian Partner we get asked all the time for input on an array of topics, but hands down, the number one inquisition is all about the […]

JavaScript is the second most popular programming language of 2019, according to StackOverFlow. 95% of all websites use it. And if a website doesn’t use it, it’s generally going to be a boring website. Despite its widespread use and applicability, it’s also regarded by many as one of the worst programming languages to use. Let’s […]

One of the powerful new features introduced with Confluence 6.0, collaborative editing, allows multiple users to edit a document together in real-time. Under the hood, the Synchrony service keeps tabs on all the moving parts and performs the necessary behind-the-scenes magic to make this feature a breeze to use. A client had recently attempted to […]