Switch Communications is adding more collaboration and chat capabilities to its UberConference service with integrations with both HipChat and Slack.
Slack has often been called the email killer. But, as the startup's co-founder Stewart Butterfield puts it, that will be a slow and painful death
Some features from the recently redesigned Outlook mobile app will soon make their way to Microsoft's desktop client, according to a report from Business Insider.
The Royal Bank of Scotland will make available the enterprise-focused Facebook at Work for 100,000 employees, according to an announcement from the bank. The deal marks a significant win for Facebook, which operates one of the largest consumer social networks but has been eclipsed in the enterprse by a range of other companies that specifically target the needs of businesses.
Cisco continues to maintain a leadership position in the collaboration market. A new report from Synergy Research found Cisco widened the gap between itself and closest competitor Microsoft during the second quarter of 2015.
Slack is hoping to make it easier for users to pull information into Slack with a new "Add to Slack" button.
Ahead of VMworld, which takes place in San Francisco next week, PagerDuty completed the integration of its operations performance management tool with VMware's Socialcast social collaboration tool.
A new feature in PagerDuty provides more context regarding incidents when they happen, with the goal of helping enterprise dev and ops teams respond quicker to issues when they arise and more quickly solve problems.
Opsmatic has emerged from stealth with a real-time data platform and live-state monitoring service tailored specifically to DevOps-oriented organizations. According to the company, the Opsmatic service provides a precise, real-time picture of the detailed configuration and changes affecting computing infrastructure.
Droplr, the mobile app used for sharing creative materials by the likes of Nike, Pixar and Airbnb, announced it would adopt a freemium model that lets potential users test out the program without paying.