May 2018 KCAUG - Share Consciously and Carefully in Confluence

Kansas City
May 22, 2018, 11:30 a.m.

33 Members 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

May 2018 KCAUG - Share Consciously and Carefully in Confluence

Daniel Marczisovszky

CTO and Lead Developer - META-INF

Daniel is the CTO and lead developer in META-INF. He's been working with Atlassian for 5 years and a Java developer for 15+ years. He's the Product Owner of META-INF's Ultimate Permission Manager for Confluence app. He's a Confluence Expert and an advocate of Clean Coding Principles. He loves sharing knowledge and his motto is Impossible is Nothing.

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When

May 22, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Where

Stowers Institute for Medical Research
1000 E 50th St Kansas City, 64110

Group Leaders

Karen Mustain

Karen Mustain

Cerner

Atlassian User Group Leader
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Jessica Witt

Jessica Witt

Stowers Institute for Medical Research

Atlassian User Group Leader
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Kate Lomax

Kate Lomax

Cerner

Program Coordinator
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Jim McFarlane

Jim McFarlane

Cener

Program Manager
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David Puchosic

David Puchosic

Stowers

AUG Assistant
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