Local JIRA sync for demonstration/training purposes

We have JIRA server installed for our enterprise (10,000 user licence). I occasionally perform training/onboarding discussions using a "real", "live" JIRA projects and boards; however, there are times when off-site I am WITHOUT internet access (e.g. an IBM lab). Powerpoint slides just lose the engagement factor. 

Is it possible to get a local JIRA installed and sync'd with the JIRA server at a project level? Possibly Confluence as well. 



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Hi Tim

In case you're not using a developer's license in your organization, you can install a JIRA instance in your laptop and restore a copy of the production JIRA XML backup locally. For more information on developer license, please check  this url.



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