Knowledge & Findability
Glean Raises $100M to Unify Search Across Enterprise Apps
The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company wants to help workers quickly find the information and resources they need to get work done.
Mesh Secures Funding to Build 'Real-time' Performance Management Platform
The San Jose, Calif.-based company wants to take the pain out of traditional performance management processes.
SaaS Is in Style: Here’s How to Collaborate With Confidence
While industry data clearly demonstrates the preference for, and value of, SaaS applications, I believe we’ve only scratched the surface of what’s possible.
How to Build a Cloud-First Strategy for the Digital Workplace
Enterprises are turning to native-cloud computing to manage their workloads and fuel the digital workplace. Here's why.
GraphCMS Joins Independent Tech Group MACH Alliance
Berlin-based GraphCMS, the company behind content federation platform GraphQL, announced it joined the MACH Alliance.
SkyHive Ready to Soar After $40 Million Investment
The labor analytics platform aims to build more efficient workforces and close skills gaps in the global labor market.
Collaboration & Productivity
What to Do When Your Collaboration Software Goes Down
Even though outages are infrequent, that doesn't make dealing with them any easier. Here's how to handle a disruption to Slack or Microsoft Teams service.
BetterCloud and VMware Partner to Improve Employee Experience
BetterCloud, a SaaS platform provider, announced this week it has partnered with VMware to improve security and automation to empower today's remote workforce.
Why IBM’s AI, Hybrid Cloud Strategy Is More Than Good, It's Imperative
IBM is pushing forward with its hybrid cloud and AI strategy. While it's a good idea, it is also a matter of survival for the tech giant.
Salesforce's Acquisition of Slack Could Change the Way Enterprises Collaborate
There are several angles to Salesforce's acquisition of Slack. Among the most important are overcoming content silos and managing integrations.
Why Digital Workplace Growth Will Push Cloud Spending in Coming Years
While spending on most tech will likely to fall in the coming year, the same cannot be said for cloud computing. In fact, it's expected to grow. Here's why.