Slack is going all-in on remote work, wanting its executives to lead by example by limiting the amount of time they spend in the office.
Salesforce has completed its $27.7 billion acquisition of Slack, combining the leading CRM platform with one of the leading messaging platforms.
Starting today, Slack is enabling Connect DM, allowing users to send direct messages to anyone, not just those in their channels.
Stewart Butterfield, CEO of Slack, says that both Slack and Salesforce have no intention of making Slack free for enterprises.
Salesforce announced its much-anticipated acquisition of Slack earlier today, sparking nothing short of a battle over the cloud.
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.
Box CEO Aaron Levie discusses how remote working that was forced upon companies has actually opened them up to a completely new way of working.
Slack has scored another major win, as Amazon Web Services (AWS) has adopted the messaging platform for all its employees.
In the first 60th percent of this quarter added 9,000 new paid customers, says Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield. That’s a net number. This is compared to 5,000 for the previous quarter and 5,000 for the quarter before that.