Having launched a revamped version of its Glass Enterprise Edition, Google now wants to spur wider usage of its smartglasses among businesses.
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Users of Microsoft’s team collaboration app were unable to login Monday after the company forgot to renew an authentication certificate.
Integration of Voicea tech to Cisco’s videoconferencing platform enables automated recording and transcriptions of meetings.
Atlassian has expanded the roadmapping functions in Jira Software to offer users greater insight into the progress of software development projects.
As more companies find themselves with workers spread across the globe, it's become harder – and more important – to keep employees connected.
Voice-based AI assistants may soon be as common in the workplace as they are at home.
Forge is built with AWS’ Lambda function as a cloud-based service platform, allowing developers to build and deploy their own apps for Atlassian products.
Microsoft Teams is now available on Linux, the first time an Office 365 app has been brought to the open source operating system.
With employees feeling bombarded by email, and important messages getting lost in the mix, TD Ameritrade execs decided to embrace Slack.
Google’s AI assistant can now be accessed in beta, while Smart Compose has been extended to Google Docs as well as Gmail.
Although Slack led the way on chat-based collaboration software, now, the two companies are battling for enterprise hearts and minds (and users).
Salesforce is among a number of tech firms aiming to bring voice to the enterprise, though most users will have to wait until 2021 to access its AI voice assistant.
The Apple subsidiary says its new Claris Connect is designed to connect third-party cloud apps and automate workflows.
The software, initially designed to help IT teams track and resolve service requests, can now be configured for use in non-tech areas such as HR and legal.
Microsoft’s work stream collaboration platform is getting a slew of updates, including the long-awaited private channels and new IT admin controls.
With hybrid work becoming the new normal, the game has changed for high-power computing and where it happens.