"Slack is the latest in a string of startups emerging as part of the tech industry’s assault on e-mail, a front in what might be called the New Work movement. A commonality of these companies, which include Asana, Yammer, and Convo, among others, is that their main architects come from the consumer Web world. For example, Asana, another e-mail substitute service, was started by Facebook (FB) co-founder Dustin Moskovitz. And Slack was started by Stewart Butterfield, who years ago turned a failed video game project into Flickr, the photo-sharing site Yahoo! (YHOO) acquired."To Kill Office E-Mail, Slack Needs to Learn How Non-Geeks Work - Businessweek
Saturday, May 10, 2014
To Kill Office E-Mail, Slack Needs to Learn How Non-Geeks Work - Businessweek
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