Microsoft (MSFT) Building a Slack Killer? - Wall Street Pit

After talks of a buyout fell through, Microsoft is building its own Slack-like messaging platform. September 8, 2016 Cristina Lee. microsoft MSFT. Redmond tech giant Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is not done developing its own messaging platform.

Microsoft Vs. Slack is on, a new messaging app on the works! - TheUSBport

Microsoft Vs. Slack is on, a new messaging app on the works! Image credit: Engadget. Microsoft introduces Threaded-Conversations. U.S. – Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: designetMSFT) is presenting a chat group to compete with the Slack app. According ...

Is Microsoft Attacking Slack With Messenger App? (MSFT) - Investopedia

It would seem wherever corporate customers operate, Microsoft's new strategy is to setup shop. And CEO Satya Nadella doesn't appear to fear any incumbent -- an attitude that should scare technology incumbents that operate in Microsoft's domain. Reports ...

Microsoft to slap Slack with Skype – reports - The Register

A report – and a job ad – have popped up suggesting that in the wake of its aborted multi-billion-dollar Slack acquisition, Microsoft's gearing up to roll Slack-like capabilities into Skype. News that Skype will slack off broke at MS Power User. While ...

Microsoft Readying Skype Teams to Challenge Slack: Report - eWeek

Microsoft is reportedly working on a product called Skype Teams, putting it on a collision course with the fast-growing collaboration platform, Slack. Should Slack watch its back? Earlier this year, there were rumblings that Microsoft had considered ...

Microsoft to Introduce Skype Teams as Direct Slack Competitor - GuruFocus.com

When news broke out in March this year that Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) was planning to buy Slack, a work chatting app, for a rumored $8 billion, I was not really surprised. The Windows maker has been actively creating a productivity ecosystem - led by ...

Microsoft takes aim at Slack with new Skype Teams app: Will lets staff set up chat channels, schedule meetings and ... - Daily Mail

Microsoft pulled its $8 billion bid for Slack earlier this year in order to give its own messaging service more attention. Now, it has been revealed that the software giant is developing a new work chat app under the umbrella of Skype. Called Skype ...

Is Microsoft building a Slack killer? - Network World

A few months ago, rumors circulated that Microsoft considered buying the cloud-based team collaboration tool Slack for a generous $8 billion. Overpaying again, it seems, as Slack's last known valuation was $2.8 billion. Now it seems that Microsoft has ...

Microsoft is allegedly creating a Slack competitor with the help of Skype - Techworm

After planning a bid to buy the popular messaging App, Slack in March, Microsoft has decided now to go for a kill by building a Slack like features with the help of its own video messaging App, Skype. Microsoft planned to buy Slack for $8 billion back ...

Google Defends Chrome Killing Batteries, Skype Teams Copies Slack… [Tech News Digest] - MakeUseOf

Google goes to war with Microsoft, Skype Teams is basically Slack, Yelp launches its first bug bounty, Instagram kills its popular Photo Map feature, and a more accurate Pokemon GO trailer. Google Defends Chrome From Microsoft. Chrome may be the most ...

Microsoft Just Came Out With a Slack Copy (And It Actually Looks Pretty Sweet) - The Hustle (blog)

A few months ago, Microsoft reportedly considered acquiring work-messaging app, Slack, for a cool $8B. But CEO Satya Nadella and world-renowned dancer, Bill Gates, killed the deal, suggesting Microsoft invest that money into improving Skype instead.

Microsoft Planning Slack Attack? - No Jitter

Sources tell a Microsoft tech blogger that a team messaging app, Skype Teams, is imminent. Just about any company developing or offering a team messaging app (and there are loads of them) has to break through Slack's stronghold, including Microsoft.

Will Microsoft (MSFT) Stock Be Helped By Slack Competitor Development? - TheStreet.com

Microsoft (MSFT) is reportedly creating a messaging software that's likely to compete with the office messaging tool Slack. Annie Palmer. Follow. Sep 7, 2016 10:34 AM EDT. Get TheStreet Quant Ratings' exclusive 5-page report for (MSFT) - FREE.

Welcome to the Post-Email Enterprise: what Skype Teams means in a Slack-Leaning World - Gigaom

Work technology vendors very commonly — for decades — have suggested that their shiny brand-new tools will deliver us from the tyranny of email. Today, we hear it from all sorts of tool vendors: work management tools, like Asana, Wrike, and Trello ...

Microsoft plotting Skype Teams as a competitor to Slack - SlashGear

Earlier this year, we heard that Microsoft had considered putting in an $8 billion offer for Slack, a group messaging service that has quickly grown in popularity over the last few years. Then, remembering that it had already shelled out billions of ...

Microsoft reportedly creating Skype Teams, its Slack slayer - CIO Dive

Microsoft is reportedly building a new app that will directly compete with Slack, according to a report from MS Poweruser. Known as Skype Teams, the app is expected to include several features similar to Slack, as well as additional features like ...

To Compete with Slack, Microsoft Chooses Door Number Three - Petri.com (press release) (registration) (blog)

As Brad noted yesterday, Microsoft will take on the Slack team collaboration solution by leveraging its in-house Skype capabilities to create a new product called Skype Teams. This is just one of three obvious tactics the software giant could have ...

Microsoft Developing Skype Teams To Challenge Slack: Bill Gates Gave The Right Advice - Tech Times

Co-founder Bill Gates opposed Microsoft's planned acquisition of Slack in March. He instead wanted Microsoft to develop Skype into a competitor in the collaborative tool market, and a report reveals that the company is doing just that. ( MSPoweruser ).

Skype Teams is Microsoft's answer to Slack - TWCN Tech News (blog)

Slack is one of the, if not the most, popular messaging services when it comes to handling business teams and groups. Microsoft is reportedly planning to take on Slack by launching its very own messaging service that closely mirrors Slack's functionality.

Rumor: Microsoft 'Skype Teams' to Rival Slack - PC Magazine

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. According to MSPoweruser, Microsoft is prepping a Skype-branded collaboration tool to take on Slack. Earlier this year, Microsoft reportedly looked into acquiring Slack for as much as $8 billion. But CEO Satya Nadella ...