Nick Ismail writing for InformationAge.com
Over the past decade, workplaces and the way people work in these workplaces have changed significantly. The closed technology ecosystem of phones, emails, chat, and shared sites is a thing of the past, and has been replaced by a growing number of open platforms that foster easier communication and collaboration within organisations.
Now, this new class of productivity platforms is evolving to offer built-in apps, cross-platform compatibility and integrations with every service under the sun (almost!). This enables easier communication and effective collaboration between employees and helps businesses be nimble and agile, increase efficiency and achieve higher productivity – all at a faster pace. No wonder these platforms have seen a meteoric rise in enterprise adoption.
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Today, there are a growing number of such tools and platforms that are competing with each other. As businesses are quickly adapting to the changing landscape by trying out new solutions and switching subscriptions, the early mover advantage is not as sacrosanct as it once was.
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