Microsoft Teams is one of the primary corporate communications platforms, but recent information suggests it collects disturbing amounts of information.
GitHub is backpedaling, apologizing for firing a Jewish employee who warned of Nazis and offering him his job back.
Dropbox has announced it is cutting some 315 jobs, or roughly 11% of its global workforce.
Amid a global pandemic, remote work has become so popular that 29% of professionals will quit rather than return to the office.
Dell is launching three new monitors with dedicated Microsoft Teams buttons and support for Windows facial recognition.
Alphabet and Google employees have formed a union in response to missteps by management.
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.
Google is experiencing more fallout from its handling of Dr. Timnit Gebru’s dismissal, with the company’s AI researchers making demands.
Stewart Butterfield, CEO of Slack, says that both Slack and Salesforce have no intention of making Slack free for enterprises.
RingCentral has introduced its free Glip Pro, in an effort to take on Zoom and address some of the challenges with digital collaboration.