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Out with the old, in with the new….AIM gets the chop while Symphony picks up the slack

Out with the old, in with the new….AIM gets the chop while Symphony picks up the slack

The recent explosive growth of collaboration platforms like Symphony, Slack and Microsoft Teams can be at least in part attributed to the withdrawal of existing older chat platforms from the market. Or in some cases, their support for 3rd party integrations is leaving users no choice but to look for alternative solutions. As the user […]

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Share spreadsheets into Slack – app takes data interoperability to the next level

Share spreadsheets into Slack – app takes data interoperability to the next level

In a recent blog we highlighted that if chat and collaboration platforms are looking to replace email then ipushpull is positioned to replace file attachments and file sharing. In the past few years, driven by version control frustrations, email fatigue, security concerns and the desire for faster, more interactive communication, the sharing of information via […]

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As enterprise chat replaces email, what’s replacing attachments?

As enterprise chat replaces email, what’s replacing attachments?

It used to be so easy. If you wanted to share a document or a spreadsheet with your colleagues or clients you had one choice – attach it to an email and hit send. Email is reasonably fast and reliable and accessible by everyone, whether they are running Gmail in a browser or Outlook on […]

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No More Slacking….Microsoft Teams Launches To Office 365 Users

No More Slacking….Microsoft Teams Launches To Office 365 Users

Microsoft Teams is no longer in soft launch or ‘customer preview’ as the $500 billion company likes to call it. As of now, Teams is included in the Enterprise and Small Business versions of Office 365. During its soft launch the collaboration platform managed to attract more than 50,000 companies (including Accenture, ConocoPhillips, Deloitte, Expedia […]

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First Look at Microsoft Teams

First Look at Microsoft Teams

Earlier this year Microsoft executives were internally pushing for a bid for Slack at about $8 billion (at the time Slack was valued at $3.8 billion). However this was vetoed by none other than Mr Gates and CEO Satya Nadella. They both believed that it was better to build than to buy, and chose to beef up […]

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