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May 2018 KCAUG - Share Consciously and Carefully in Confluence

Kansas City
Tue, May 22, 2018, 11:30 AM (CDT)

33 RSVP'ed

About this event

META-INF is a Hungarian Atlassian Partner will share information on setting up Confluence Permissions to enusre the right users are seing the right information.

When editing a Confluence page, are you aware who you are sharing that info with? The main purpose of Confluence is knowledge sharing. However, more and more companies keep sensitive information in it. What would be the impact of leaking these information?

Setting up Confluence Permissions can easily become a dark forest where it's easy to get lost. Do you have non-IT Space admins who have to deal with these Permissions? How do they handle them? Quite often, the answer is confusion or ignorance.

We'll show you how our Ultimate Permission Manager for Confluence app can help you feel confident about Who Can See Your Pages.

Speaker

  • Daniel Marczisovszky

    Daniel Marczisovszky

    META-INF

    CTO and Lead Developer

    META-INF is a Hungarian Atlassian Partner Since 2007, and possesses the highest level partnership badge being a Platinum Solution Partner for years now. We only do Atlassian. As an Atlassian Verified Vendor, our 4 addons are used by over 4 Million users in 5000 companies all around the world day by day.

    All the above make us the best choice in the region for anything Atlassian: consulta…

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When

Tuesday, May 22
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM (CDT)

Where

Stowers Institute for Medical Research
1000 E 50th St Kansas City64110

Group Leaders

  • Jessica Witt

    Jessica Witt

    Stowers Institute for Medical Research

    Atlassian User Group Leader

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  • David Puchosic

    David Puchosic

    Stowers Institute for Medical Research

    Atlassian Community Leader

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