Google is updating its productivity and collaboration app portfolio with new features, branding and a premium business payment plan.
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Video feed overlays and new virtual meeting spaces are among a range of Teams updates announced at this year's Ignite virtual event.
Facebook plans to extend the range of options for video meetings using its Portal displays with the ability to download apps from video vendors.
Slack and Atlassian have strengthened their alliance with a joint product roadmap that includes deeper app integrations.
Looking to show it can keep communication data secure and meet compliance demands, Slack unveiled several updates for its popular team chat app.
Microsoft, which has seen the use of Teams software rise amid Covid-19, has added new ways to manage Teams Rooms video conferencing devices.
The team chat software maker argues that Microsoft is forcing millions of customers to install Teams – and hopes to kill Slack in the process.
Google has unveiled a revamped Gmail that will serve as a hub for collaboration with access to video, chat and shared files.
Updates are designed to make it easier for Slack admins to manage the app as deployments scale up for Slack Plus and Enterprise Grid customers.
With Zoom now virtually a household name, a host of other companies hope to be the next big thing in video.
Building on its shared channels feature, Slack will now let up to 20 organisations collaborate in ways that could reduce the use of email.
Cliq messaging app gets a raft of features designed to help employees and managers keep track of workers in a virtual office.
The popular chat tool is overhauling navigation on its mobile app to make it easier for users to quickly access needed messages and notifications.
File preview annotations and enhanced Zoom integration have been added as Box burnishes its productivity and team collaboration credentials.
Work.com contains apps and information resources to support organisations as business looks to resume operations in many countries.