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Migrating data to BlueSpice MediaWiki

In short interviews with our employees we illuminate aspects and questions of our daily work with BlueSpice and our customers. This article deals with the topic of data migration. An Interview with Robert Vogel, Team Lead Product and Software Development at Hallo Welt! GmbH. Continue Reading

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A repository brimming with knowledge and potential for development

Landau Media GmbH & Co KG have been using a BlueSpice MediaWiki from Hallo Welt! GmbH for over ten years. It provides the specialists in media monitoring not only an important tool for documenting processes, but also a comprehensive reference work.

When asked what significant advantages the BlueSpice MediaWiki has contributed, Anke Przybilla proclaims its “incalculable time-saving”. Przybilla is a qualified librarian and wiki coordinator for Landau Media GmbH & Co KG. The company has been providing a comprehensive service in media monitoring for more than twenty years.  Their team of about 280 professionals takes care of about 10,000 customers, mainly media agencies and the companies’ press departments. “We make sure that the right newspapers are on board,” explains Przybilla.

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Dokumentation according to data protection rights – BlueSpice MediaWiki and the GDPR

It is crucial for organizations that the documentation in their wiki is stored in a comprehensible and revision-proof manner. BlueSpice MediaWiki now supports you in the balancing act between traceability and data protection. Against the background of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we have revised our enterprise wiki software with regard to the protection of personal data.

The GDPR defines a number of basic rights that are also relevant for BlueSpice MediaWiki users:

  • Information: Users have the right to know what data about them is stored in the system.
  • Data portability: Users must be able to extract the data stored on a platform and transfer it to another system.
  • Correction, erasure or blocking: Users may request or arrange for their data to be corrected. They may also request the deletion or blocking of access to their data.
  • Forgetting: It must be possible to cancel the linking / assignment of data to individual users.
  • Consent: Users must be able to give their differentiated consent to the storage and use of their data.

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A powerful online resource for digital marketing

The Munich software company Ryte has been using a BlueSpice 3 wiki from Hallo Welt! GmbH for its reference work on digital marketing. The resources maintained in this way are regularly cited in academic theses and make up a large part of the sessions logged on the Ryte website.

“At the start, our developers simply built and maintained a wiki just for us. We had nothing like we have now,” explains Pauline Mitifiot. She is a marketing expert at Ryte GmbH in Munich, a SaaS (Software as a Service) company founded in 2012. Now, Ryte’s wiki has become an important treasury, a leading online resource of its type. In February 2018, the encyclopaedia was transferred to a BlueSpice MediaWiki wiki from Hallo Welt! GmbH. The reason: “the wiki had started to consume too much of our developers’ time and energy. And we needed them to concentrate fully on our product,” said Mitifiot.

 

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Well-organised knowledge management for about 2,000 users

Task breakdown, functionality, examples and training material: seven German states embrace a BlueSpice MediaWiki from Hallo Welt! GmbH, which makes it easy for members of staff to use a shared editing and information system on land consolidation and explains all the topics that arise.

It is a mammoth project that was undertaken about seven years ago by the German states Brandenburg, Hesse, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saxony-Anhalt: the implementation of a joint editing and information system for all issues relating to land consolidation (Flurbereinigung), working with a uniform data set and the technical standards connected
with it.

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