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Why Email Remains The Top Enterprise Collaboration Tool

Why Email Remains The Top Enterprise Collaboration Tool

Over the course of the last year, there has been considerable discussion about the role of email in workplaces that depend heavily on social network and other collaboration tools. In these discussions, there appears to be a general consensus that while social networks are useful to achieve work-related goals,

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Forget Slack vs. Email: Think Slack Plus Email

Forget Slack vs. Email: Think Slack Plus Email

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield made a confession in late September: he admitted email was useful. Butterfield made the confession at the HubSpot Inbound marketing conference in Boston. His full quote reveals what Butterfield, CEO of a self-professed "email killer" company, truly thinks of email and its future: "Email will

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Forget Slack vs. Email: Think Slack Plus Email

Forget Slack vs. Email: Think Slack Plus Email

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield made a confession in late September: he admitted email was useful. Butterfield made the confession at the HubSpot Inbound marketing conference in Boston. His full quote reveals what Butterfield, CEO of a self-professed "email killer" company, truly thinks of email and its future: "Email will

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Slack Partners With Oracle to Extend Enterprise Reach, More News

Slack Partners With Oracle to Extend Enterprise Reach, More News

Slack continued its efforts this week to gain traction in the enterprise, announcing a new partnership with Redwood City, Calif.-based Oracle. The partnership links Slack with Oracle’s Intelligent Bot Platform to give both technical and nontechnical users of the Oracle platform  access to bots to that can be used in

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Slack Bills New Shared Channels as an Email Replacement

Slack Bills New Shared Channels as an Email Replacement

Slack announced the beta release of Shared Channels at Frontiers, its first customer, partner and developer event taking place in San Francisco. Shared Channels, according to the San Francisco-based company, provides organizations with a space where they can work with people both inside and outside the company.

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