We have seen significant acceleration since the COVID-19 pandemic, says DocuSign CEO Dan Springer. A significant portion of that (increase) was due to increase use cases from customers driving that digital transformation faster with services like DocuSign.
Amazon may be looking to acquire Slack to better compete with Microsoft and Google, as well as cash in on the work-from-home trend.
Amazon has just fired a shot across Microsoft’s bow with plans to open a Redmond-based office that will house up to 600 AWS employees.
Parallels and Google have announced a partnership, aimed at brining full-fledged Windows applications to Chrome Enterprise.
Zoom has found itself in hot water again, this time over suspending accounts at the request of the Chinese government.
Dropbox appears to be working on its own password manager, dropping an early access, invite-only version on the Google Play Store.
Slack has scored another major win, as Amazon Web Services (AWS) has adopted the messaging platform for all its employees.
In this environment, digital transformation is more important than ever, says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger. If you think of it only a few percentages of employees worked from home before this (pandemic). Now it’s 97 percent.
While Microsoft and Amazon battle it out in court over one Department of Defense (DOD) contract, Google has secured a contract of its own.
Sony Semiconductor has announced it is partnering with Microsoft to develop AI-driven smart cameras for enterprise customers.