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team-24-peepsEveryone at Isos Technology is still riding the high from Atlassian Team 24—there was so much to see, do, and learn! As always, Atlassian made a ton of big product announcements that we’re super stoked about. And we have some Isos-related news to share, too! Whether you attended in person or online or are catching up on all the news online, we’ve rounded up all the most exciting Atlassian and Isos news to come out of the conference.

If you’re looking for more details, be sure to join our Team 24 Recap Webinar on Tuesday, May 14, at 10:00 am PST.


Atlassian Introduces Rovo—Powered by Atlassian Intelligence 

Rovo is a brand-new Atlassian product designed to simplify searching data and information, getting insights, and taking action. It’s human-AI collaboration at its finest. You can use it to search across all your Atlassian and connected third-party solutions, discover AI-driven insights, automate and streamline tasks, and much more. If you’re interested in trying out the solution, you can join the waitlist.

Read the full Atlassian Rovo announcement.


Atlassian Introduces the Next Generation of Jira

Atlassian’s done it again! In their ongoing quest to empower teams of all types, they’ve combined Jira Software and Jira Work Management into a single solution called—drumroll please—Jira! Now, not only can every team better manage their work, but they can do it all in the same place, making it even easier for engineering and business teams to track shared goals and collaborate.

If you’re using Jira Work Management, remember it will no longer be a standalone product, so you’ll need to upgrade to Jira. You can always reach out to Isos for help with that.

Read the full Atlassian Jira announcement.


Isos Technology Named Atlassian Partner of the Year 2023: Services

We are incredibly excited to be named Atlassian Partner of the Year 2023: Services. The award recognizes outstanding contributions and achievements on behalf of Atlassian customers during the calendar year 2023. It includes exceptional efforts in developing new business, thought leadership, and products and services that complement Atlassian. It’s our sixth Partner of the Year Award in total, and as a services company, this one is significant.

Read the full Isos Technology announcement.


Atlassian Introduces Guard—Making the Cloud More Secure

Atlassian Access has a new name—Atlassian Guard—and some new functionality to go with it. At the Standard level, it’s everything you know and love about Access, plus new capabilities like enforced SSO for external users. The Premium level builds on that and incorporates Beacon intelligent threat detection, so you can classify levels of data, identify anomalous activity, and act fast to mitigate threats.

Read the full Atlassian Guard announcement.


Isos Wins Tempo Software Partner of the Year for Cloud Migrations and Solutions

We’re huge fans of Tempo Software’s solutions and the smart people who work there, so we are thrilled to be named their 2024 Software Partner of the Year—Cloud Migrations and Solutions. The award recognizes Isos as a partner that provides superior cloud migration support and services and is an industry thought leader. Our approach to cloud solutions entails ensuring a seamless migration, robust cloud infrastructure management, and strategic cloud optimization to drive efficiency and cost savings, and our partnership with Tempo has only amplified our capabilities.

Read the Tempo Software 2024 Partner of the Year Awards blog post.


All Atlassian On-Demand Learning Courses Are Now Completely Free!

Whether you are brand new to Atlassian or a seasoned user, Atlassian University is a go-to resource for learning everything you need to know to make the most of the solutions. Now, Atlassian has made it even easier to learn the basics and level up your skills. All on-demand courses are now completely free!

Read the full Atlassian On-Demand Learning announcement.


Scott Farquhar Steps Down as Atlassian Co-CEO

While the news was announced shortly before Team ‘24, Atlassian co-founder Scott Farquhar has decided to step down as co-CEO. While he is leaving Atlassian—now 300,000 customers strong—in the capable hands of co-founder and co-CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes, Scott will remain on the board and continue to serve as a special advisor. 

At Isos Technology, we couldn’t be more grateful to Scott for everything he has done—our company wouldn’t exist without Atlassian. We wish him all the best.

Read the note Scott shared with Atlassian employees.


Join the Isos Technology Team ‘24 Recap Webinar: Top Takeaways from the Conference

Our most popular webinar of the year is back! There’s always so much going on at Atlassian Team that no one person could ever see, hear, and do it all. That’s why we send a whole team of Isos Technology experts to Las Vegas each year—so they can cover as much ground as possible and bring back all the most important insights. 

Whether you attended the conference or not, you won’t want to miss out!

Tuesday, May 14th, 10:00am PDT

Register now!

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