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Why a Slack Backlash Is Inevitable

Slack and its counterparts ‘create problems, high school-type problems,’ one CEO said

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Sitting among peers at a gathering a few years ago, an exasperated Silicon Valley CEO seemed ready to get rid of Slack. “It’s one of my biggest regrets,” he said.




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