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How to facilitate cloud cost management with collaborative diagrams

Cloud technology is ubiquitous in modern organizations—in fact, 85% of organizations are projected to be “cloud first” by 2025. But despite this pervasiveness, there is still significant ambiguity surrounding cloud costs. In a recent Cloud Zero report, less than half of survey respondents reported that they have “healthy” cloud costs and 58% said they were too high.

4 ways to align your project team with PI planning

Poor alignment kills projects. In fact, according to a report from TeamStage, 37% of projects fail because of a lack of clearly defined goals, and 44% fail due to a lack of alignment between business goals and project goals. But what if the project you’re working on is really complex? What if you need to align hundreds of team members across multiple departments and timezones — all with their own organizational goals, perspectives, and expertise?

Bring your customer story to life with 3D journey mapping

Whether you’re an executive who just expanded your team or a designer embarking on a new project, change—while it can be exciting—is hard. One of its biggest hurdles is aligning multiple stakeholders on evolving goals, messaging, and strategy, a challenge so formidable that it often halts change right in its tracks.

6 ways organizational charts improve company communication

An organizational chart (often called an “org chart” for short) is a visual representation of your company’s structure, including its hierarchy and how departments are connected. In most cases, this diagram is relegated to the company intranet or a random folder. And while you might dust it off for the occasional presentation or update it when you remember, it’s typically viewed as a piece of stagnant documentation as opposed to what it could be: a beneficial resource.

How I do it in Miro: Product design with Dataiku's director of UX, Thibaut Dupré

Design workshops help UX teams foster a user-centric mindset as they align and iterate on a design that meets the needs of their users. These workshops require the ability to not only collaborate, but also visualize ideas in a way that can be consumed by development teams actually building the product. Yet not all design tools were created equal. Some tools promote collaboration but don’t allow wireframing, while others are excellent design tools but make it hard for teams to work together.

Collaborative cloud architecture diagrams: what they are and how to master them

Companies are investing big in cloud infrastructure worldwide, with no signs of a slowdown on the horizon. We’re talking an eye-popping $1.35 trillion worth of spend being driven toward cloud services by 2027. That’s no wonder, given that 89% of organizations recently surveyed in Flexera’s 2024 State of the Cloud report say they’ve already adopted a multi-cloud strategy. Cloud is the backbone of many modern organizations.

What's New: What we launched in June 2024

We’ve been busy making Miro even better and we have some exciting updates to share with you this month: new filter options in Planner, a Timer and Private mode Action Shortcuts, AI-generated diagrams and new integrations with GitHub, Salesforce, and Autodesk. Plus, our improved grid size and snap-to-grid features make diagramming a breeze. What else is new,you ask? Actually — some big, big updates. Join us for our special What’s Next event on July 17 for the first look.

Work together better: 10 of the best Agile collaboration templates in Miro

A client wants a new mockup by the end of day; the development team identifies a bug that needs fixing; a competitor launches a cool new feature — and that’s all before lunch! The fast pace of business today makes Agile collaboration — the ability to coordinate among cross-functional teams — more important than ever. To stay competitive and innovative, Agile teams must be able to quickly adapt, take action when new opportunities arise, and practice relentless improvement.

The link between neurodiversity and innovation

“Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” This quote, commonly attributed to Einstein, captures how each person has unique superpowers that, when cultivated, can unleash their full potential. In a similar way, when companies embrace a diversity of thought, skills, and perspectives among team members, innovation flourishes.