Staff at Johns Hopkins University, the first research university in the U.S., are long time fans of Jira. At JHU, Jira’s used to manage thousands of issues, tasks, and bugs across multiple projects, most recently for the deployment of a new student information system.

“So I turned to my director and said, ‘I used a product, Jira. We didn’t spend a lot of money on it and really got our bang for the buck.” – Geoffrey Corb, IT Director, Johns Hopkins University.

Nice. Read our conversation with Geoffrey on Johns Hopkins and Jira (and be on the lookout for a second story coming soon on JHU and Confluence).

Johns Hopkins and Jira...