Microsoft’s second annual Work Trend Index report has highlighted a growing disconnect between employer and employee attitudes to hybrid work.
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Microsoft has made its Startups Founders Hub generally available and eased the eligibility criteria, meaning a founder only needs to have an idea to gain access.
While flexible work polices have been praised for bolstering diversity in the workforce, when it comes to gender parity, it's unclear how much they'll help.
New Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal has told employees that although its offices will soon open, the company is committed to supporting flexible working.
In the wake of the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, SAP and Oracle have both announced plans to suspend all business operations in Russia.
As more people work from home, many are facing internet connectivity and accessibility issues, according to Cisco’s Broadband Index.
Eight months after closing its acquisition of Slack, Salesforce is continuing to experience better than expected results.
Zoom has issued a disappointing forecast for the next financial year as some workers start to return to the office and customers slow down investment.
On the first day of Mobile World Congress, Lenovo has announced a raft of new devices, all aimed at better enabling remote and hybrid working.
Trello is looking to build on its 10th-anniversary platform overhaul by extending the reach of views and introducing new, supercharged Dashcards.
The work management platform has added integrations to Workflow Builder and Template Library for better cross-team coordination.
Google’s new no-cost collaboration option aims to move employees away from legacy technology so they can better embrace the world of hybrid work.
With frontline workers more disconnected than ever from organisations, Workplace aims to bridge that divide with an upcoming WhatsApp integration.
In its latest round of announcements, Webex says it wants to improve employee well-being and bolster its platform’s accessibility credentials.
With the pandemic accelerating digital transformation for information workers, it’s now time for those on the frontline to reap some of the benefits.