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Microsoft Pushes Teams Into Conference Rooms, Google Tasks Stands Alone, More News

Microsoft Pushes Teams Into Conference Rooms, Google Tasks Stands Alone, More News

Microsoft continues to push its Teams collaboration workspace application deeper into the enterprise. At the InfoComm conference in Las Vegas earlier this month, the Redmond, Wash.-based company announced it will be adding Teams to a number of Microsoft-certified conference room devices, including Surface Hub.

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What Organizations Need to Look For in an Enterprise Ecommerce System

What Organizations Need to Look For in an Enterprise Ecommerce System

With ecommerce applications and platforms now playing a key role in digital commerce and the digital workplace, it was not surprise to see in the recently released, Mary Meeker and Kleiner Perkins’ annual internet trend report that ecommerce growth continues to accelerate.

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Google Duplex’s Conversational AI Shows a Path to Better Customer Service

Google Duplex’s Conversational AI Shows a Path to Better Customer Service

Google Duplex, the artificial intelligence system (AI) revealed by Google CEO Sundar Pichai at the Google I/O developer conference earlier this month has been perceived as an outright miracle by some and an almost existential threat by others. With Duplex, Google Assistant can make phone calls  on behalf of users

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8 Marketing Takeaways from Google I/O Developer Conference

8 Marketing Takeaways from Google I/O Developer Conference

Google made significant bets on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) at last week’s Google I/O annual developer’s conference at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, Calif.  They also made advancements in voice search and conversational queries.

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Microsoft Build Features Microsoft 365, Zoho Expands Into UAE, More News

Microsoft Build Features Microsoft 365, Zoho Expands Into UAE, More News

Two of the most important developer conferences for the digital workplace took place this week, namely Microsoft Build and Google I/O. Among the many announcements made during the Microsoft Build conference, including major releases in artificial intelligence and internet of things, the big announcement related to Microsoft 365 and

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How Far Beyond Facebook Does Data Harvesting Go?

How Far Beyond Facebook Does Data Harvesting Go?

The fallout from the Facebook data harvesting scandal continued last week, with the announcement that Cambridge Analytica, the company accused of harvesting data from personal Facebook accounts to inform Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, announced it was shutting down. In a statement from the London-based Cambridge Analytica, the company said

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Did Microsoft Just Steal Google’s Gmail Thunder? And Other Digital Workplace News

Did Microsoft Just Steal Google’s Gmail Thunder? And Other Digital Workplace News

In the same week that Mountain View, Calif.-based Google finally unveiled its new look Gmail, Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft made a bid to steal Google’s thunder by unveiling a new set of security features for Outlook.com that will make it a lot more attractive for enterprise use.

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Google Analytics Data Retention: A New Feature for Keeping Data Safe

Google Analytics Data Retention: A New Feature for Keeping Data Safe

As they assess the fallout of Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica difficulties and prepare for the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data analytics practitioners have shifted from looking for new ways to collect and analyze data to thinking about how long data should be retained.

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Google’s ‘Self-Destructing’ Emails, Cisco Pushes Spark Into WebEx, More News

Google's ‘Self-Destructing’ Emails, Cisco Pushes Spark Into WebEx, More News

Google is reportedly giving the web version of Gmail a major redesign. Mountain View, Calif.-based Google hasn't yet made an official announcement about the release, but TechCrunch shared early previews of the new inbox as well as reporting that G Suite users received a letter earlier this month saying the

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