More than 500,000 organizations have now deployed the collaboration and communication application. ‘Microsoft is killing it with Teams,’ says one bullish analyst.
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Slack hopes to give enterprise customers more control over sensitive data such as messages, files and comments with the key management feature.
This 12-year-old digital work management app is designed to help workers track and coordinate projects; it combines a simple UI with enough features to keep power users happy, too.
Workplace at Facebook, the company's enterprise-focused collaboration offering, has seen strong growth since its launch in 2016.
Microsoft's updated virtual reality headset, unveiled at Mobile World Congress, promises a more immersive and comfortable user experience.
The team collaboration software maker says Block Kit will lead to apps that are more visually appealing and easy to use.
Zoho Writer, Sheets and Show all get new artificial intelligence features in the latest update to Zoho Office Suite. The suite now includes a new app, Notebook.
More and more companies are rolling out software like Microsoft Teams and Slack, making the collaboration software market a booming business, according to Synergy Research Group.
Microsoft's entry in the crowded group messaging market continues to evolve. Here's how Microsoft Teams fits into the boom collaboration software market and what you need to know to evaluate it against its rivals.
Microsoft is pushing further into the education market with new features in Teams designed to appeal to teachers and new hardware it hopes can dislodge Chromebooks in schools.
As of early April, prices for Google's productivity and collaboration software suite are set to rise, bringing G Suite pricing closer to that of rival Office 365.
The decision means more consolidation for the collaboration market; IBM says its team chat app failed to ‘resonate’ with users.
The Swiss company plans to use the enterprise social network for its 210,000 employees worldwide.
With location sharing, a camera module and audio-message sharing functions added to its team collaboration app, Microsoft hopes to draw in ‘first-line’ staffers.
While Microsoft and Slack continue to battle it out at the top of the collaboration software market, a variety of forces could re-shape that fight in the year ahead.