Two years after its launch, Microsoft Teams is outpacing team chat rival Slack – largely thanks to Teams’ free availability as part of Office 365 subscriptions.
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As many as 100,000 devices could be sold to the US Army, highlighting Microsoft efforts to target augmented reality at the enterprise level.
The company was showcased as an early adopter of the virtual assistant technology when Alexa for Business launched in 2017.
The popular messaging app, owned by Facebook, is following a familiar path: Popular at home, it’s now showing up more often at work.
The company’s Zia AI assistant is being rolled out in new areas and now provides email ‘sentiment’ analysis to Zoho Desk.
The move is designed to delivers an 'enterprise-grade' cloud-based PBX phone system for customers.
The company's Vive Focus head-mounted display is now available in the U.S.; its Vive Sync app will arrive after beta testing gets under way in December.
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The collaborative word processing tool is designed to provide light-weight team coordination functions and highlights efforts by Dropbox to diversify beyond content storage.
The move allows the voice-activated digital assistant to push further into the enterprise by expanding the variety of devices in which it's embedded.
The unified communications firm’s goal is interoperability between a variety of rival collaboration tools; it’s included in 8x8's X Series software.
The redesign follows a multi-year migration of the popular issue-tracking app to the AWS cloud and the acquisition last year of Trello.
Google sees a ‘new direction’ for its social network after a security flaw prompts it to kill off the consumer version. Google Plus is being tied more tightly into G Suite.
The expanded Workplace chat function is designed to improve collaboration between workers at separate organizations.
The collaboration software firm sees its future success in communications channels, but its latest purchase shows email isn’t dead yet.