Amazon, Slack team up against Microsoft

Amazon and Slack have made their latest move against rival Microsoft.

The two tech giants announced Thursday that under a new deal, all Amazon employees will get access to Slack’s carousel of office tools. And, Slack will migrate capability for its in-house video-conferencing service, Slack Calls, to Amazon’s AWS service, Amazon Chime.

“The future of enterprise software will be driven by the combination of cloud services and workstream collaboration tools,” Stewart Butterfield, CEO and co-founder of Slack, said in the statement. “Strategically partnering with AWS allows both companies to scale to meet demand and deliver enterprise-grade offerings to our customers.


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