Microsoft has reportedly ‘prohibited’ its employees from using Slack, a team collaboration tool that directly competes with the company’s own service, Microsoft Teams. Slack, along with other services, was added to an internal list of ‘prohibited and discouraged’ software, GeekWire reported. As per the report, the maker of the popular Windows OS has cited security reasons for not allowing its workforce to use the service as part of its day-to-day work. The news comes as a surprise because in April this year, Slack unveiled a series of new integrations that brought tools from Office 365 to its ecosystem.
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