Last week was a big week for enterprise tech as we saw updates from Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Asana, Zendesk, Dropbox, and Salesforce.
Last week, we had some major Dropbox updates as well as significant releases from G Suite, Slack, and Office 365.
Last week, Google announced (and then pushed back) the release of a new Accounts login page, dropbox.com got a fresh look, and Microsoft announced several major Office 365 releases.
The Office 365 team offers tons of new Group management functionality, Jira changes projects, and Google Cloud enters another significant partnership.
After receiving customer feedback, Google has pumped the breaks on a roll out of their new Account login page redesign, Slack streamlines billing, and Smartsheet announces a new user conference.
Dropbox and Office 365 both made significant announcements yesterday that offer insight into the future direction of each company. Google Cloud gets faster.
Google is rolling out a new look for account login pages soon, and Microsoft is ending support for two significant legacy products.
This week we had tons of updates from Google and Microsoft, as well as updates from Freshdesk, Zendesk, Slack, Salesforce, and Dropbox. My favorite update is a nifty new feature called Reserve with Google.
What’s new for Office 365 for March? Google now lets you schedule fitness classes anywhere online, and Salesforce IT shares how they rolled out Lightning.
Today’s update features a Google Calendar enhancement that makes working on the go a bit easier. Plus, you’ll learn two nifty tips for Google Docs and OneNote.