Skills in Viva becomes the latest addition to Microsoft’s employee experience platform, Viva, with the aim of tackling organisation-wide skills deficits and identifying upskilling opportunities for employees.
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Work management software provider Asana is set to roll out a host of new AI capabilities, powered by the company’s Work Graph, working to ensure that clarity and accountability is baked into the new tools.
An analysis carried out by the US government has reportedly raised issues relating to the upcoming EU AI Act, saying that it could limit investment to only the biggest tech companies.
High switching fees, technical restrictions on interoperability, and committed spend discounts offered by cloud providers are outlined as concerns by communications regulator Ofcom.
With Canva reporting that its AI tools have already been used 3 billion times in six months, the visual communication software provider is doubling down on the technology by adding a brand-new suite of AI-powered design offerings.
Two months after Zoom, the ultimate work-from-home enabler, announced it would be requiring some of its employees to come back in to the office, it is debuting a host of new tools and capabilities to support a return to hybrid and in-person work policies.
The US Federal Trade Commission has revived proceedings to block the Microsoft-Activision merger as it awaits a ruling from a federal appeals court on a temporary injunction, and just weeks ahead of the expected close of the deal.
In the latest antitrust lawsuit to be leveled against a big tech company, Amazon is facing complaints it engaged in anticompetitive behavior that has negatively impacted buyers and sellers on its e-commerce platform.
Two years after launching Jira Work Management, Atlassian has launched a host of new updates to the platform to allow both technical and non-technical teams to benefit from Jira.
Five months after the UK’s Competition and Market’s Authority (CMA) blocked Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard, a newly proposed agreement has addressed the regulator's concerns.
In return for the investment, AWS will become Anthropic’s primary cloud provider and grant the company access to its compute infrastructure.
The Online Safety bill, now passed by Parliament, has stirred criticism regarding provisions that will require tech companies to monitor encrypted messages.
The EU is investing $3.6 billion with the aim of attracting $43.7 billion more in private investment and doubling its current global semiconductor market share.
Work management software company Smartsheet has released a new version of its platform built for scale, adding generative AI capabilities to help users eliminate mundane tasks from their workday.
In its newly published review into AI foundation models, the UK’s competition regulator warns about the consequences of leaving the sector unregulated and outlines a number of principles for the technology’s development.