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Microsoft Teams to get Cortana integration, automatic translation

Microsoft has announced it is preparing several new features for its Teams collaboration software. The company plans to integrate the app with its Cortana digital assistant. It app will also gain new AI capabilities, including automatic translation.

Google's Slack rival is now generally available

Google's announced the launch of Hangouts Chat, the company's answer to enterprise chat apps such as Slack and Microsoft Teams. Accessed as part of G Suite, it supports real-time messaging, document sharing and video calls with up to 30 people.

Google launches Android device enterprise certification program

Google's announced a program to make Android devices more enterprise-friendly. It will label certified enterprise-ready phones as "Android Enterprise Recommended," signalling they meet the typical requirements of IT teams overseeing corporate deployments.

HoloLens devices can now be rented, worn with a hard hat

Microsoft has announced that HoloLens is now available to rent for businesses which do not have the resources to buy their own devices outright. Firms will also be able to evaluate mixed reality in their enterprise by renting a device for a longer period.

Microsoft to boost enterprise security of aging Windows 7 and 8.1

Microsoft is bringing one of Windows 10's headline enterprise features to Windows 7 and 8.1. Despite maintaining that businesses should upgrade to Windows 10 for maximum protection, Microsoft said it wants to help all customers improve security.

R3: Blockchain tech could make its enterprise debut this year

2018 could be the year in which blockchain tech gains traction inside enterprises, according to the R3 distributed ledger consortium. It told CoinDesk that many of the initial troubles have now been resolved, so firms are set to increase deployments.

'Widening gap' between digital transformation winners and losers

Global digital transformation investments will increase to $1.7tn by the end of 2019, up 42% from 2017. Enterprises are spending big on new tech as the race to transform heats up. However, there are concerns over the divide between leaders and laggards.

90% of enterprises to use cloud services by 2021

Over 90 percent of all enterprises will use cloud platforms to innovate and improve agility by 2021. Companies are spending "aggressively" on new technologies as they compete to grow their digital presence and improve customer experiences.

Amazon interested in buying Slack for up to $9 billion

Amazon is reportedly in talks to purchase messaging start-up Slack in a deal worth up to $9 billion. If it goes ahead, the acquisition would be Amazon's largest ever and give it a strong foothold into enterprise tech. Slack is said to be wary.

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