A new report by Verizon shows how much remote work has changed the workplace, with only 25% wanting to return to the office full-time.
Starting today, Slack is enabling Connect DM, allowing users to send direct messages to anyone, not just those in their channels.
Microsoft has released a study of the state of the workplace, finding that flexible work is here to stay, although leaders are out of touch with employee needs.
Despite much of the industry doing the exact opposite, Google is investing $7 billion in office space and data centers, insisting in-person work is where it’s at.
Tripadvisor CFO, Ernst Teunissen says that the company is going to hold the line on adding back costs. Trip Advisor reduced expenditures by a staggering 32 percent in 2020 as governments worldwide banned and restricted travel.
The Wall Street Journal has an interesting article today that concluded that Zoom video conferencing is surprisingly harder on extroverts than introverts.
The fallout over Google’s handling of its AI ethics research team continues as the ACM Conference for Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAccT) has suspended the company’s sponsorship.
Verizon has announced further integration between Microsoft Teams and its BlueJeans videoconferencing platform.
Google has made significant updates to Workspace and Google Assistant to better facilitate remote and hybrid work models.