Research from communication platform Slack released today reveals that Australian workers have no interest in returning full-time to the office. Slack’s study, The Remote Work Tech Effect, is based on a survey conducted by Honeycomb Strategy of 1000 Australian knowledge workers in March of this year, following the first iteration

Afterpay is using work place productivity platform Slack to allow its more than 900 employees to connect, collaborate and work more efficiently across every department. Designed originally for the esports and gaming world, Slack has emerged as one of the big winners in the era of digital transformation, and its

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More than three quarters of Australian knowledge workers said they found it easy to adapt to remote work this year, and most of those that did migrate reported increased productivity, according to a survey Slack. The workforce collaboration software company polled 1,000 Australian knowledge workers within organisations of 100+ employees

Salesforce today confirmed the reports it will acquire workplace collaboration company Slack and revealed it will integrate the companies’ main platforms. The CRM giant will pay $27.7 billion for Slack, according to a statement released today. “Under the terms of the agreement, Slack shareholders will receive $26.79 in cash and

The explosion in remote work because of social distancing restrictions has accelerated Australia’s move out of offices by a decade and brought into sharp focus the value of digital experiences, according to Australian technology leaders. Didier Elzinga, co-founder and CEO of local tech unicorn Culture Amp today said the COVID-19

The shift to working from home arrangements for Which-50 readers in digital, technology, and marketing departments has been sudden, dramatic and close to absolute. Of the more than 30 executives we contacted for this story, 95 per cent said they are not going into the office at all anymore, and

   Businesses with experience of cloud computing are coping much better than those without, as the massive shift of knowledge workers from office environments to home working rolls out at unprecedented scale and speed. In a new APAC leader technology video panel produced by Which-50 and Boardroom Media this

Australia’s online retailers have established a COVID-19 war room hosted in Slack to share plans and ideas to keep staff safe and businesses operational during the rapidly evolving coronavirus outbreak. Established late last week by Kate Morris, the founder and CEO of Adore Beauty, the channel now has 114 members.

Companies increasingly say they want to obsess over the customer outcome, but what does that really mean at a product development level? This morning in San Francisco in a preliminary event for BoxWorks, Which-50 attended a panel discussion featuring the product leaders of four leading collaboration platform vendors; Jeetu Patel

The market for tools which helps employees collaborate is expected to grow from an estimated US$2.7 billion in 2018 to US$4.8 billion by 2023, nearly doubling in size, according to Gartner. Social software and collaboration in the workplace includes products like Slack, Microsoft Teams, Workplace by Facebook, Microsoft Yammer and