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Stories by Matthew Finnegan
The coronavirus pandemic has pushed telehealth to the forefront. It's unlikely remote medicine will go away, even after the current crisis abates.
Google has made its Meet video conferencing app accessible directly from Gmail, allowing users to join meetings without switching between apps.
Employees around the world are suddenly working from home full-time. Find out how to make this new reality work.
Zoom has hired Facebook’s former CSO to consult as it looks to improve security practices amid rapid growth caused by the pandemic.
'Zoom-bombing' has become an unwelcome phenomenon as the vendor gains users now that work-from-home has become commonplace.
The ongoing pandemic is putting healthcare systems under strain and forcing hospitals to ensure data can be shared effectively.
Collaboration software maker has seen a spike in use as remote working becomes more common in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak.
As remote working booms around the world in response to the coronavirus crisis, demand for video calls has surged dramatically.
Microsoft claims ‘inflection point’ for remote work as Teams surges to 44 million daily active users
Microsoft adds a range of features, including noise suppression for video calls, on Teams’ third anniversary.
Amid competition from Microsoft for enterprise users, Slack aims to make its team collaboration app more accessible to a wider range of business users.
Work management tools such as Atlassian’s Jira make it easier to track the progress of projects but can lead to repetitive and time-consuming work.
Several vendors, including Microsoft, Google and Cisco, are making some of their video-conferencing services free as demand for remote working booms.
The enterprise social media app is getting a redesign and new focus on communities, but faces competition from Slack and even Microsoft Teams.
The two companies plan to team up with telcos to sell 5G-enabled augmented reality technology for remote collaboration.