"We believe this is a trend that will have lasting consequences,"
Is that because you can sign out any time you like, but you can never leave?
Born too late to play the role of Star Trek's Commander Data, Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg took to the streams last night as the company confirmed a jump in users of its Workplace platform. Having reached three million paid users by October 2019, the user count for Facebook's take on enterprise collaboration has now hit the …
We (Company with several thousand people) were on Workplace. I never signed up as I don't trust anything social from Zuckerberg. Concerns grew after employees posted pictures from work events and it did the usual facial recognition shtick.
We've junked it as a platform and moved to Yammer. Microsoft aren't perfect either, but I trust them more than Zuckerberg's platforms.
Worked for a huge bank that cluelessly were persuaded into implementing it. No one used it apart from posting inspirational memes and asking technical support.
It's incredibly slow, clunky, and doesn't seem to integrate at all. It hardly does anything, it's just basically Facebook. Due to privacy concerns hardly any files could be posted.
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