Important as technical knowledge is to the modern workplace, it isn’t enough to guarantee success. …
When phone calls were first introduced, it was a wonderful way to erase physical distance…
The Wall Street Journal has an interesting article today that concluded that Zoom video conferencing is surprisingly harder on extroverts than introverts.
Tech stocks may be riding on record highs, with sky-high valuations, but investors shouldn’t fear another Dotcom Bubble crash, according to Terry Smith.
This year we’ve seen fairly brutal changes in patterns of usage in the cloud says Datadog CEO Olivier Pomel. The way we see that is it’s a big win for the cloud, in general.
Slack has been down since 10:14 AM ET which puts millions of remote working employees in a difficult situation. Most Slack users worldwide are having issues connecting to their accounts and sending messages.
Stewart Butterfield, CEO of Slack, says that both Slack and Salesforce have no intention of making Slack free for enterprises.
Salesforce announced that it is buying Slack for $27.7 billion in cash and stock. The company says that combining Slack with Salesforce Customer 360 will be transformative for customers and the industry.
Microsoft is ramping up its competition with Zoom by offering 24-hour meetings with its free Teams plan.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says that over 50% of business travel and 30% of time in the office will never come back even after pandemic restrictions are lifted