Microsoft's updated virtual reality headset, unveiled at Mobile World Congress, promises a more immersive and comfortable user experience.
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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.
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.
Atlassian wants to make it easier for IT teams to better understand their responses to major software outages and keep track of lessons learned.
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.
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 move is designed to delivers an 'enterprise-grade' cloud-based PBX phone system for customers.
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.
Atlassian has overhauled its Jira Software Cloud issue-tracking application, adding a simplified user experience and new third-party integrations.
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.
Facebook has unveiled updates to its Workplace social collaboration app, including the ability to communicate with external organisations.
Slack is building a new analytics tool to offer businesses greater insights into how their teams collaborate, to make better use of data created.
The collaboration software firm sees its future success in communications channels, but its latest purchase shows email isn’t dead yet.