in my society, we are configuring Jira and Confluence to manage exchanges between us and our 3rd party vendors. A requirement is to have an instant messaging module, embedded into (ideally) both Jira and Confluence to ease the communication between us.
I had a look at HipChat, which seem to fit perfectly our needs. But so far, I didn't find how to install it locally... only how to connect to the online service...
By the way, I work for a private bank where security is extremely important, and we really can't allow a remote connection to a foreign service.
Is there any possibility to set up my own Hipchat server? Or is this planned for soon? Does it exist any other solution?
PS: I just saw this answer: http://help.hipchat.com/knowledgebase/articles/64362-can-i-host-hipchat-myself-
That article is correct, but HipChat is starting to gather information on the needs of hosting a chat solution behind the firewall. If you're interested in the implementation for a future release you can sign up for more infromation at https://www.hipchat.com/firewall.
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