Upwork has released its Economist Report: One Year Remote, finding many companies will continue with remote work thanks to its benefits.
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.
Dropbox has announced it will acquire DocSend, the secure document sharing and analytics service.
The Wall Street Journal has an interesting article today that concluded that Zoom video conferencing is surprisingly harder on extroverts than introverts.
Dropbox is selling its San Francisco headquarters for a near-record $1.08 billion amid the transition to remote work.
In a letter to several government agencies, a bipartisan group of senators is calling for the definition of “high-speed” internet to be quadrupled.
Verizon has announced further integration between Microsoft Teams and its BlueJeans videoconferencing platform.
Microsoft has introduced Microsoft Mesh, a new mixed-reality experience that could revolutionize remote work, communication and socialization.
In the battle for the videoconferencing market, Cisco has announced that WebEx will be gaining live translation for more than 100 languages.