We were thrilled to see that Confluence was Network Computing’s pick for best commercial wiki. “Our Editor’s Choice, Atlassian Software Systems’ Confluence 2.1.2, has all the features that suit an enterprise wiki. It’s easy to install and set up, yet flexible and extensible. It supports user and group access controls down to the page level. The price is reasonable, and, most important, the software doesn’t demand extensive training or users with degrees in rocket science.” No doubt that we have some stiff competitors and frankly we recognize that we cannot simply sit on our laurels — and to that end we have some exciting upcoming announcements around Confluence (and JIRA for that matter!) in the near future. Hats off to the Confluence engineers for making such a solid and easy to use product!
April 5, 2006