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Slack acquires startup to add voice, video chat to service

Slack acquires startup to add voice, video chat to service

Slack, the messaging platform that is slowly becoming a go-to for bothindividual and group chats, is getting much better today. Via an acquisition of startup Screenhero, Slack will soon have video and voice chat, as well as screen-sharing capabilities. According to Slack, it will “allow people working remotely to work as if they were in the same room, and people in the same room to work better than ever.” The acquisition and proposed integration of Screenhero into Slack’s service positions them in the same discussion as Skype or Hangouts.

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Alibaba developing DingTalk, social app for small-medium businesses

Alibaba developing DingTalk, social app for small-medium businesses

If Facebook and LinkedIn weren't enough, China's Alibaba is looking to dip its toe in the enterprise service waters, specifically with a social app for businesses. The world's largest e-commerce company is currently developing DingTalk, which at first sounds like another run-of-the mill messaging app for smartphones, but has specific features meant to appeal to enterprise users. In beta testing since December, DingChat will offer the standard group messaging, as well as conference calls, and the ability to connect with Alibaba's platforms that its customers already use.

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Facebook At Work now rolling out to testers

Facebook At Work now rolling out to testers

Facebook At Work, the company’s social platform within a social network, is now rolling out. The purpose is to allow for companies to create a network within Facebook, self-contained to those within the company. Facebook At Work looks and acts just like Facebook proper, save for it being a microcosm of the service. It positions Facebook against the likes of other enterprise-focussed social layers like Slack, but offers a much richer experience thanks to it being, well, Facebook.

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Samsung, Blackberry double-team enterprise data security

Samsung, Blackberry double-team enterprise data security

Is the most secure of both worlds? It sure sounds that way. Samsung and Blackberry have come together, but it won’t be for a weird new phone. This time, both companies are taking their respective security platforms, and combining them into a single effort. Blackberry’s BES12 and Samsung’s KNOX will partner for an end-to-end security solution, which will be made available on all Galaxy phones that currently have KNOX. Their target market? You guessed it — the coveted enterprise space.

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Adobe EchoSign lands on Android and iOS

Adobe EchoSign lands on Android and iOS

Workers now have one less excuse to not getting things done when they're out and about. With Adobe's EchoSign electronic signature and management solution now available on mobile, you can sign documents, get documents signed, and keep track of what goes where and when, all from the comfort of your smartphone or tablet.

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BlackBerry Passport leaked hands-on reveal a talented keypad

BlackBerry Passport leaked hands-on reveal a talented keypad

If you still think that BlackBerry's next high profile smartphone is some elaborate marketing stunt, better wake up, smell the coffee, and watch this video. Courtesy of Carphone Warehouse, we're getting a second-hand look at how the BlackBerry Passport would look and feel like in the real world. Aside from looking huge and awkward, it seems that the Passport is quite equipped to accomplish what BlackBerry is setting it out to do, to be a no-nonsense business-minded mobile device.

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