Matthew Finnegan

Senior Reporter

Matthew Finnegan covers collaboration and other enterprise IT topics for Computerworld. He joined IDG in January 2013 and is based in Sweden.

Why HyperloopTT uses Facebook’s Workplace for team communications

CERN bails on Facebook’s Workplace, cites cost

CERN bails on Facebook’s Workplace, cites cost

The research organization, which operates the large hadron collider, will instead opt for open-source messaging app Mattermost to replace its trial test of Workplace.

Google opens up Glass Enterprise Edition 2 for direct purchases

Google opens up Glass Enterprise Edition 2 for direct purchases

Developers will be allowed to buy the smartglasses individually as Google looks to build business demand.

Oops! Microsoft gets 'black eye' from Teams outage

Oops! Microsoft gets 'black eye' from Teams outage

Users of Microsoft’s team collaboration app were unable to login Monday after the company forgot to renew an authentication certificate.

Cisco adds AI transcription to Webex Meetings

Cisco adds AI transcription to Webex Meetings

Integration of Voicea tech to Cisco’s videoconferencing platform enables automated recording and transcriptions of meetings.

Atlassian expands Jira roadmaps for better project status visibility

Atlassian expands Jira roadmaps for better project status visibility

The function has proved popular with users since last year’s big overhaul of Jira.

Microsoft targets frontline workers with Teams walkie-talkie feature

Microsoft targets frontline workers with Teams walkie-talkie feature

A push-to-talk option will be integrated with Samsung’s new Galaxy XCover Pro ruggedized handset.

Making the connection: The role of collaboration apps in digital transformation

Making the connection: The role of collaboration apps in digital transformation

As more and more companies find themselves with workers spread across the globe, it's become harder – and even more important – to keep employees connected. While a plethora of collaboration tools is available to do just that, getting...

2020: The year the office finds its voice?

2020: The year the office finds its voice?

Voice-based AI assistants may soon be as common in the workplace as they are at home, handling routine tasks and – eventually – more complicated workflows and business processes.

Atlassian unveils Forge, its serverless app development platform

Atlassian unveils Forge, its serverless app development platform

Forge is built with Amazon Web Service’s Lambda function as a cloud-based service platform, allowing developers to build and deploy their own apps for Atlassian products.

Microsoft Teams comes to Linux

Microsoft Teams comes to Linux

The launch of the highly requested Linux desktop client is designed to help Microsoft appeal to developers.

TD Ameritrade cuts email use by 30% after Slack rollout

TD Ameritrade cuts email use by 30% after Slack rollout

With employees feeling bombarded by email, and important messages getting lost in the mix, TD Ameritrade execs decided to embrace Slack. Communications improved, and email use fell.

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