After 18 months of tests with businesses like Weber Shandwick, Facebook has opened Facebook Workplace—formerly known as Facebook for Work—to all organizations.
In a blog post, Facebook said 1,000 businesses are now on board with the tool that turns the social platform into a business-communication hub, as Slack and others try to shake up office communication. To differentiate itself, Facebook said big brands like Starbucks, Danone and Booking.
Facebook is finally giving everyone an excuse to use Facebook at work all day. The social network announced on Monday that any business can now sign up for its Workplace enterprise tool, which was previously called Facebook at Work....
Facebook on Monday officially introduced Workplace, a long-in-testing collaboration tool for businesses and other organizations, aimed at challenging similar offerings from the likes of Slack.
Three and a half months ago, Weber Shandwick became the first global marketing agency to test out Facebook at Work. It put 800-plus employees on the collaborative social platform, which was first unveiled more than a year ago and ai...
After beta testing under the name "Facebook at Work," the company officially rolls out a private social network platform for businesses