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Enterprise Chat News Round Up #18

August 2, 2018 Industry News 0 Comments

Messaging is heating up this week. With Slack’s Atlassian deal, Microsoft Teams updates and Cisco WebEx evolutions, we’ve seen plenty of action in the Messaging Wars this month. Here are some of the biggest stories that have caught our eye between the 25th of July and the 1st of August. Cisco and Microsoft Named Leaders in The ...

Enterprise Chat News Round Up #17

July 26, 2018 Industry News 0 Comments

The week started with more news from Microsoft Inspire but ended with major acquisition and partnership announcements from key players. Let’s dive right in. Atlassian and Slack Join Forces On the 26th of July, Slack revealed that they’re joining forces with Atlassian. The two companies have nurtured a friendship for quite a while now, and ...

Enterprise Chat News Round Up #16

July 19, 2018 Industry News 0 Comments

With Microsoft Ignite launching new enterprise messaging updates for July, our 16th news round-up is brimming with announcements. Let’s take a look at some of the biggest news from the last week: 1.     Microsoft Reveals a Free Version of Microsoft Teams First announced in 2016, Microsoft Teams was originally designed to compete with the world’s ...

M.io Product Updates – v1.8

July 18, 2018 M.io Updates 0 Comments

New features and updates in M.io as of version 1.8 This messaging product update is a special one and deserves a bit of context. Since our launch this Spring, we have been working with many different types of M.io beta users in the messaging world. As it turns out, there’s a lot of applications for ...

Shadow Messaging Apps in Enterprises

We’ve heard about Shadow IT- but what about Shadow Messaging? With everyone using their own mobile devices, the door is open to a wider range of ways to message each other. Enterprises should be aware of the complexities involved when it comes to modern messaging apps before regulating how and if employees should use them. ...