Workstream collaboration products enable teams to work together at an accelerated pace using modern and mobile-friendly tools. To aid technical professionals responsible for workstream collaboration, this report compares the two leading products: Slack and Microsoft Teams.
- The Major Functional Differences Between Slack and Microsoft Teams
- Microsoft Teams Versus Slack, in Brief
- Workstream Collaboration Covers Six Functional Areas
- Workstream Collaboration Sits Between Mobile Messaging and Social Networks
- Slack Provides Easy-to-Use, Yet Flexible, Conversations
- File Management in Slack
- Business Application Integration in Slack
- Audioconferencing, Videoconferencing and Screen Sharing in Slack
- Task Management in Slack
- Awareness and Discovery in Slack
- Microsoft Teams Unifies Office 365's Group Collaboration Capabilities
- File Management in Microsoft Teams
- Business Application Integration in Microsoft Teams
- Audioconferencing, Videoconferencing and Screen Sharing in Microsoft Teams
- Task Management in Microsoft Teams
- Awareness and Discovery in Microsoft Teams
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