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 a Slack acquisition would make sense for Salesforce

Understanding Zapier, the workflow automation platform for business

Understanding Zapier, the workflow automation platform for business

Zapier helps businesses create automated processes to help boost worker productivity and save time and money.

Dropbox unveils Spaces 2.0, its standalone workspace for collaboration

Dropbox unveils Spaces 2.0, its standalone workspace for collaboration

The company, best known for its cloud-based file sharing, ventures further into team collaboration with a focus on more powerful project management features.

Microsoft adds Teams app integrations for video meetings

Microsoft adds Teams app integrations for video meetings

Teams users now have access to 20 integrations they can use during video calls with colleagues, as well as automation and low-code app building features available through Power Platform tools.

How Microsoft Teams is keeping Suffolk Construction workers connected

How Microsoft Teams is keeping Suffolk Construction workers connected

Boston-based Suffolk Construction used Teams to keep operations moving ahead as it — like companies worldwide — scrambled to deal with a pandemic-related shutdown this year. Now, some workers are essentially 'living on it,' says a...

The New Normal: When work-from-home means the boss is watching

The New Normal: When work-from-home means the boss is watching

The rise of remote work brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic has spurred faster adoption of employee monitoring software by companies who want to boost productivity — and keep an eye on workers outside the office.

Microsoft Teams: How to use it, and how it stacks up to Slack and Zoom

Microsoft Teams: How to use it, and how it stacks up to Slack and Zoom

Microsoft's take on collaboration, group messaging and video continues to evolve. Here's how Microsoft Teams fits into the booming collaboration software market and what you need to know to evaluate it against rivals like Slack, Zoom...

Slack will soon let users DM people in other organizations

Slack will soon let users DM people in other organizations

Users of Slack’s Connect service will be able to contact individuals at separate organizations, another step in the team chat company's efforts to replace email in the workplace.

G Suite is now Workspace, as Google adds pricing tier, feature updates

G Suite is now Workspace, as Google adds pricing tier, feature updates

Four years after the launch of G Suite, Google is updating its productivity and collaboration app portfolio with new features, branding and a premium business payment plan.

Working from home? Slow broadband, remote security remain top issues

Working from home? Slow broadband, remote security remain top issues

For workers whose home has become the de facto home office in recent months, broadband connectivity and security are ongoing issues, according to a Navisite survey.

What is IFTTT? How to use If This, Then That services

What is IFTTT? How to use If This, Then That services

With 18 million users running more than a billion applets a month, IFTTT wants to become a service that connects pretty much everything — though some users say it still has room for improvement.

Google takes on Airtable, Microsoft Lists with Tables work-tracking app

Google takes on Airtable, Microsoft Lists with Tables work-tracking app

A product of Google’s Area 120 incubator, Tables is a no-code spreadsheet that lets users create their own apps.

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