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No telecommuting allowed: Why is Google investing billions of dollars in office buildings?

Could telework help your career? Survey finds mixed results see also Microsoft: We’re razing our Redmond campus to build a mini city No more cars, new soccer and cricket fields, cafes, bike tracks, bridges, light rail, and more. Read More For being such a huge digital company there is nothing virtual about Google when it comes to its office space: ... Read More »

She persisted: Transforming software engineering at Autodesk

Innovation means creating something new and useful. Although we associate innovation with building new products, technologies, and solutions, the term applies equally to creating new systems or processes. Innovation in thought and practice enables teams to do more and better. With this in mind, I invited a senior executive to share her story of engineering transformation at Autodesk, a $2 ... Read More »

Use Ubuntu’s snap to install Skype on any Linux desktop

The rising tension between IoT and ERP systems The Internet of Things is the new frontier. However, generations of ERP systems were not designed to handle global networks of sensors and devices. Read More Video: Skype catches up with competitors adding end-to-end encryption Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, has announced that Microsofts Skype is now available as a snap, the ... Read More »

Microsoft adds new app integrations, app store to Teams

Microsoft is adding new application integration and control functionality to Microsoft Teams, its chat-based Office 365 workspace, starting today, January 29. Credit: Microsoft Microsoft Teams review: Serious competition for Slack and HipChat Microsoft’s new ‘Slack competitor’ has improved dramatically since the preview, and new features are arriving regularly. Where it shines is threaded chat, easy video meetings and superb integration ... Read More »

Microsoft touts Office dictation, new Windows 10 devices starting at $189 aimed at Chromebooks in education

Microsoft is continuing to increase its focus on schools and education with a number of new software and services updates which company officials are announcing at the Bett IT in education conference in London this week. Credit: Microsoft see also Chromebooks in 2018: Ready for take-off? Will Microsoft’s Windows 10 S ecosystem halt the advance of Chrome OS? Read More ... Read More »

Atlassian tops Q2 targets on strong subscription revenue growth

Collaboration and productivity software company Atlassian delivered second quarter financial results on Thursday that topped estimates. free pdf Special report: The future of Everything as a Service SaaS has set off a revolution in the way companies consume services on-demand. We look at how it’s spreading to other IT services and transforming IT jobs. Read More The San Francisco-based company ... Read More »

Why 2018 could be a breakout year for Microsoft’s Stream video service

Last summer, Microsoft began rolling out Microsoft Stream, its replacement for Office 365 Video. Since then, Microsoft officials have made little noise about its business video service, but that seems likely to change in 2018. Credit: Microsoft Microsoft Chief Marketing Officer Chris Capossela told our Windows Weekly podcast audience late last year that he considers Stream one of Microsoft’s unsung ... Read More »

Will 2018 see the death of printers and email in the workplace?

Office workers want their workplace to be flexible, adaptable and free from processes and systems that slow down productivity. But what do they expect for the future of the workplace? special feature Tech Budgets 2018: A CXO’s Guide Our research shows where organizations are spending their IT budgets in 2018 and what their top priorities are. We also offer practical ... Read More »

Atlassian Stride, First Take: A relaxed approach to collaborative chat

Announced earlier this year at Atlassian’s Summit event, the Stride collaboration tool is now rolling out to customers. Perhaps best thought of as an update to Atlassian’s existing HipChat platform, Stride moves into the increasingly crowded team-working market that’s dominated by Slack. Atlassian’s growing portfolio of development support tooling offers many places for development teams to collaborate — managing tasks, ... Read More »

Microsoft’s newest Windows 10 test build includes Timeline feature

Video: Microsoft democratizes AI adding it to core products and services Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 ‘Redstone 4’ test build — No. 17063 — includes, as promised, the coming Timeline feature, plus various UI changes. (Image: Microsoft) Microsoft rolled out Build 17063 to Windows 10 Fast Ring Insiders for PCs on Dec. 19. (This is the first new Fast Ring test ... Read More »

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