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On Thursday, Microsoft rolled out a bunch of updates to its Office 365 productivity suite, focused on collaboration.
Microsoft Teams, its workplace chat tool and Slack rival, now has a free version. There's no charge for up to 300 users.
Otherwise, Microsoft introduced a few other nifty new collaboration features in Office 365: A background blur feature, for instance, turns the background of your video call into a nondescript blob, solving a major headache for lots of users.
Microsoft also launched Whiteboard, a cross-platform sketching app that seems really handy.
Microsoft made a bunch of new updates to its Office 365 cloud productivity suite for businesses today, most of which hinge on the concept of collaborating with your colleagues.
For instance, Microsoft announced a free version of Teams, the workplace chat software bundled into Office 365, which competes with 5 billion startup Slack and 15.8 billion Atlassian's Stride.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Gaming while black: How racist trolls are still dominating video gamesSee Also:A rumor that Melania Trump has a body double has been reignited after these images of her leaving Air Force One surfacedPapa John's founder has left the company after admitting to saying the N-word on a conference call. Here's a look into his history of controversy, from slamming Obamacare to donating to Trump's campaign.Microsoft has a new, super-small 400 Surface tablet, and it's taking on the iPad and the MacBook Air at the same time
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