Microsoft partners with Atlassian over Sharepoint Wiki

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Atlassian builds enterprise wikis and is white hot. Today at the Web 2.0 Summit Microsoft’s CEO, Steve Ballmer, will announce that it is partnering with Atlassian, who is building a Sharepoint connector so that Sharepoint customers can use Atlassian’s wiki. This is pretty significant news and here Jeffrey Walker, Atlassian’s president, and Mike Cannon-Brookes, Atlassian’s CEO, discusses what this means for Atlassian.

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8 Responses to “Microsoft partners with Atlassian over Sharepoint Wiki”

  1. Microsoft goes Web 2.0 with Sharepoint « Scobleizer Says:

    […] Here’s Atlassian’s CEO and President talking about this news. Filed under: Microsoft @ 9:53 am# […]

  2. Why companies move to San Francisco… « Scobleizer Says:

    […] Why companies move to San Francisco… In the Atlassian interview I ask Mike Cannon-Brookes, CEO of Atlassian, why he moved his company to San Francisco (it was started in Australia and still has most of its engineering there). That part of the interview is about 12 minutes into the interview. […]

  3. Blog on Wiki Patterns » Blog Archive » Atlassian, Microsoft release SharePoint Connector for Confluence Says:

    […] ScobleShow: Microsoft partners with Atlassian over Sharepoint Wiki “Atlassian builds enterprise wikis and is white hot.” […]

  4. A Confluence of the Wiki and Document/Folder Worlds| Zoli’s Blog Says:

    […] Update: here’s a video interview with CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes and President Jeffrey Walker on ScobleShow. […]

  5. David Kisses Goliath: Confluence Connects to Microsoft SharePoint « Radiowalker: Tech Business Beat Says:

    […] Robert Scoble visited to video Mike and me, and blogged it, ” Why do that? After all, Sharepoint has its own wiki service? Cause Atlassian’s is better and Microsoft’s customers were asking it to support Atlassian’s.” […]

  6. Bruce Britton Says:

    Let me start by saying I enjoy the ScobleShow as much as the next guy, but being a audio professional I can’t stand the fluctuation in audio levels. One second its so quite you can’t hear it, the next second Robert laughs and blows-out my speakers.

    Just because its a podcast doesn’t exempt you from common professional standards, if for nothing else your viewers sake.

    I suggest you use lav mIc’s for each participant, and get your lazy editor to take five seconds to level out the audio volume.

    Its disrespectful to production professionals and your viewers, to act like just because your Robert Scoble and its a podcast that you don’t have to adhere to any professional audio and video production conventions.

    Sorry for the rant, I like your work, but I just couldn’t stand it any more!

  7. frogpond » Robert Scoble interview with MindTouch CEOs Says:

    […] More good wiki stuff, and again it’s Robert Scoble (see also the other wiki guys interview). Now he’s interviewing Aaron Fulkerson and Steve Bjork, co-founders of MindTouch, talking extensively about APIs and the platform future of wikis (behind the firewall). This is another peek into the growing role of wikis in the “social stack”: […]

  8. Dominik Says:

    Wrong headline. Coca-Cola and Atlassian will announce a strategic partnership.

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