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As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to lurch on, Zoom announced a slew of new features to help improve its offering for remote workers.
Wire, which touts its ability to offer secure video communications, now allows up to 10 users on a video call in an encrypted environment.
Though schools and universities appeared to be hardest-hit by the outage, the outage highlights the need for back-up plans and alternatives.
The new features are designed to help improve efficiency for employees forced to work at home, far from their office colleagues.
Work management platform Asana has expanded its ties with Microsoft Teams, solidifying efforts by the two companies to make task management easier.
As global work-from-home initiatives continue, the Verizon-owned firm is unveiling upgrades to bring it in line with rivals like Zoom, Webex and LogMeIn.
As companies start thinking about how to reopen offices, contactless interfaces could be key to ensuring employees stay safe.
At the same time CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a new remote work policy, Facebook moved to strengthen the collaboration capabilities in Workplace.
Software vendor best known for its Jira, Trello and Confluence platforms hopes the acquisition will make it easier for users to handle help desk requests.
As part of its 90-day security plan, the troubled video conferencing platform is upgrading its encryption in Zoom 5.0.
As Zoom continues to fight continuing privacy and security concerns, Microsoft and Google look to reassure users that their platforms are safe.
As the Covid-19 outbreak continues to disrupt business, employees are turning to mobile business apps to ensure productivity remains high.
While some organisations are cancelling big events, others are looking to see what’s in their collaboration toolbox to keep workers healthy and productive.
Chief product officers must bridge the divide between what users want and ensuring their offering doesn’t become a “Frankenstein of features”.