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.
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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.
Slack has added new integrations with Salesforce as part of its ongoing push to bolster connections with other “best of breed” cloud apps.
Dropbox hopes to become a central tool for employee productivity with Dropbox Spaces, which launched alongside several other updates.
Slack is getting an overhaul designed to cut memory utilisation in half, speed up launch times and make connecting with colleagues faster.
Alongside adding an Enterprise tier to provide faster support response, Facebook hopes to push more frontline worker deployments.
As Ferguson looks to transform and improve business, it’s turning to the team chat app to help its showroom workers and do more in less time.
Microsoft has unveiled new Teams features aimed at front-line workers as it continues to push its team collaboration platform in a still-growing market.
Saykara's digital assistant is aimed at freeing doctors from time-consuming EHR data entry and improving their interactions with patients.
With Slack now officially listed on the NYSE, the collaboration software vendor finds itself at a crossroads: after five years of rapid growth.
Most organisations have at least two team chat apps, a situation that could lead to communication silos and problems for IT.
The real estate firm partnered with Google to compete with a range of conversational AI assistants entering the workplace, from Alexa to Cortana.
Airbus, which competes with Boeing and Lockheed Martin, also plans to sell its own mixed reality apps to others in the aviation industry.