Microsoft Teams 'can't compete with Slack' and is part of 'confusing set of tools', says Blenheim Chalcot CIO

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Microsoft Teams - will it find its use case? Mark Ridley isn't sure.
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Microsoft Teams - will it find its use case? Mark Ridley isn't sure.

'It doesn't feel like a finished product,' says Mark Ridley

Collaboration product Microsoft Teams feels "unfinished" and "just doesn't compete with Slack", underlining a need for the company to cut down and standardise its social cloud collaboration offerings,...

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