CEO Talk: Enterprise Wikis with Atlassian’s Mike Cannon-Brookes

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The wiki is coming to the enterprise and Atlassian has more than 15,000 enterprise users and is coming on strong. Here you’ll meet Mike Cannon-Brookes, CEO of Atlassian and Jonathan Nolan, director of developer relations and they talk about what makes Atlassian different than other enterprise wiki toolsets.

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19 Responses to “CEO Talk: Enterprise Wikis with Atlassian’s Mike Cannon-Brookes”

  1. Toby Getsch Says:

    Sorry to nag, but the file names are still too long for QuickTime. I keep getting; “Error -37: a bad filename or volume name was encountered” — Going forward, can you shorten them up a little?

    The hack right now is just to rename the file.

  2. Robert Scoble Says:

    Toby: yeah, I’ll make sure to fix that. Sorry about that. I thought we had caught those.

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  5. Bess Says:

    Wow! Audio is balance and clear. I can hear your voice loud and clear. Big improvement. You are still planning on coming, right? anyone wish for a wiki get hugs

  6. Robert Lyons Says:

    I have been trying to get your videos to play on my blackberry pearl but I have not had any luck. Are you using H.263? Love the show, keep up the good work, I just want to be able to take it with me….

  7. Toby Getsch Says:

    Do you know of any mobile QuickTime player that would work with a Smartphone? Or, are you planning on making other formats available (.wmv, .mp3, etc.)?

    I just spent 20 minutes or so looking around and couldn’t find anything for a player. If nothing else, I think Robert Lyons comment is similar to mine in that we’re trying to watch this stuff, but can’t - as we’re mobile.

    I am liking what I’ve seen for the shows so far. Would still like to see more “common folk” at various companies, as opposed to CEO’s. For starters though, the stuff posted so far has been worth my time to watch.

  8. Robert Scoble Says:

    Yes, more formats will come. Soon, sorry.

    As for “common folk” — they are coming too. I just have an overload of CEOs to get through.

  9. Toby Getsch Says:

    Makes sense that you want to do the CEO’s too. That helps a lot with buy-in as you try to also get deeper in their orgs and with their assets.

    Keep up the good work!

  10. Josh Maher Says:

    Yes keep the CEO track in addition to any other groups of people. You ask interesting questions in a good way so the answers seem a little more real. It certainly makes the interviews much more valuable to me :)

  11. syawal Says:

    where the mp4 format?

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