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Keybase launches its own fully encrypted Slack rival

Security app provider Keybase has announced its own take on enterprise chat. Keybase Teams is a free end-to-end encrypted messaging service that's designed as a safer alternative to services like Slack and Microsoft Teams. It's currently in alpha.

Cyberattack risk grows as businesses embrace IoT

The Internet of Things is gaining momentum as businesses aim to get ahead in the race to digital. The rush to adopt IoT tech is raising the cyberattack risk. Often, IoT devices are poorly secured and inadequately maintained, turning them into targets.

Microsoft claims Teams enterprise chat app used by 125k firms

Microsoft has celebrated six months since it released its Slack rival Teams by announcing over 125,000 businesses are using the app. The company refused to disclose how many users that represents though, instead sticking to aggregate enterprise numbers.

Office technology winners at the 2017 Edison Awards

MAX (Modular Agile Exoskeleton), developed by the company Suitx, has scoped the 2017 Edison Award for office technology. Alongside the two runners up, MAX signals some of the latest intriguing technology trends.

Adobe and Microsoft team up for 'the future of work'

Adobe and Microsoft have announced a partnership designed to define the "future of work" through digital transformation. The two productivity companies are pushing a strategic alliance that will see them work together to digitally transform workforces.

Small businesses adopting mobile payment technology

Mobile payment technology steps away from cash or credit card payments, and offers time and cost savings for small businesses. Mobile Payments Today reports that in the U.S. a quarter of the population use mobile payments above nay other payment method.

Round-up of latest business technology news

It’s been a long time coming but PR Newswire reports that Huawei, the fast-growing Chinese tech multinational, will today make available the world’s first enterprise-level 802.11ac access point.
 

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