Microsoft will expand the use of its Fluid components to a wider range of productivity and collaboration tools, including Outlook, OneNote and Whiteboard.
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Google will now offer its collaboration suite to consumers for free as it rolls out a variety of enhancements to better connect its productivity apps.
Microsoft is adding new cross-platform integrations for Teams to help employees get work done without leaving the collaboration application.
The airline saw an increase in use as employees sought corporate updates during COVID-19; now the social network is helping rev up operations again.
Google has unveiled a range of new ways to connect its productivity and collaboration apps, including the rollout of its smart canvas.
Analytics tools provided by Microsoft, Slack and others offer insights into communication patterns and other employee work habits.
With the number of paid Workplace users at seven million, an analyst sees Facebook’s growing focus on integration as important to enterprise uptake.
The just-published patent describes a feature that generates an employee “anxiety score” based on data such as blood pressure and heart rate.
Cisco joins other tech vendors, including Microsoft and Google, in using worker analytics to focus on employee well-being and a healthy work/life balance.
Gartner has confirmed that companies have been rushing to spend money on tools needed to keep employees connected and productive.
Concerns over the potential harassment of individuals prompted Slack to swiftly change how its new direct messages feature works.
Work-from-home boom makes ‘employee experience’ a C-suite priority, according to Microsoft Viva chief
Viva is central to Microsoft's bid to roll out software that helps organisations better manage and support a remote or hybrid workforce.
Users will be able to access Teams’ chat function without switching screens, one of several Dynamics 365 platform integrations highlighted at Ignite.
Teams users will be able to collaborate with external partners in a single channel without setting up guest accounts, something rival Slack already offers.
At this week’s Ignite conference, Microsoft unveiled the Azure-based developer SDK and offered a futuristic vision of remote collaboration.
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