Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is your hub for teamwork, it brings together everything a team needs from chat and threaded conversations, meetings & video conferencing, calling, and content collaboration. With you can instantly go from group chat to video call with the touch of a button. Securely connect, access, share, and coauthor files in real time. While staying organized by keeping notes, documents, and your calendar together.

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Skype
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Skype

Skype is a telecommunications application that specialize in providing video chat and voice calls between computers, tablets, mobile devices and consoles. The software allows you to connect with friends and business colleges worldwide. Skype provides free online calls, messaging, affordable international calling to mobiles or landlines and Skype for Business for effective collaboration among teams.

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Google Chat
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Google Chat

Built for teams, Google Chat provides direct message communication and team chat rooms. Google Chat is an istant messaging application developed by Google for mobile Android and iOS devices, and the web. Google Chat integrates with the gSuite offering of tools such as Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Keep and more, allowing you to stay productive with your team, in the Google ecosystem.

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Jitsi
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Jitsi

Jitsi is an open-source project and software toolset that allows you to easily build and deploy secure video conferencing solutions. At the heart of Jitsi are Jitsi Videobridge and Jitsi Meet, which let you have conferences on the internet, while other projects in the community enable other features such as audio, dial-in, recording, and simulcasting.  Jitsi supports popular protocols such as SIP, XMPP/Jabber, ICQ/AIM, Windows Live, Yahoo!, Google Hangouts, OTR, ZRTP and more.

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Google Hangouts
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Google Hangouts

With Google Hangouts, you can keep in touch with through chat, video or voice calls in person or as a group. Google Hangouts is a cross-platform messaging app developed by Google that is available for Android, Chrome OS, iOS, Google Chrome or any browser that is compatible with Google Chrome Extensions.

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Jami
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Jami

Jami is a free, open-source. universal distributed communication platform which preserves the user's privacy and freedoms. Jami supports a variety of video input options, including mutliple cameras and image and video files, and the selection of audio inputs and outputs with high quality audio and video codecs.

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Mattermost
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Mattermost

Mattermost is an open-source, self-hostable enterprise team collaboration and messaging application. The software can be deployed to on-premis or to cloud instances. Mattermost is designed for internal use within organizations and businesses in financial services, government, healthcare, remote work, and enterprise DevOps, where teams use Mattermost to power collaboration at every stage of the DevOps lifecycle.

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Zoom
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Zoom

Zoom is a commercial video and web conferencing software that can be used for webinars or team collaboration and communication. The software is developed by the Chinese and American company Zoom Video Communications, Inc. Zoom provides a cloud platform that is used and loved by many enterprises and fortune 500 companies, due to the easy-of-use and infrastructure-less nature of the platform.

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Rocket.Chat
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Rocket.Chat

A free, unlimited and open-source chat software. Rocket.Chat have set out to be a replacement for email, HipChat & Slack and is provided as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or a self-hosted community edition. Rocket.Chat is feature packed and can be used for video conferencing, file sharing, voice messages and more. The software integrates with third-party services like GitHub, GitLab, JIRA, and Confluence and provides an API that can be used for authentication and integration across these services.

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Zulip
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Zulip

Zulip is an open-source real-time chat with an email threading model. With Zulip, you can catch up on important conversations while ignoring irrelevant ones. Zulip provides modern apps for every major platform, powered by Electron and React Native. The software is 100% open source software, built by a vibrant community of hundreds of developers from all around the world.

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AirSend
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AirSend

AirSend brings everything you need to get work done into a single, elegant workspace. It's a communication and collaboration tool that brings chat, voice and video calling, file sharing, task management, and more into one workspace so you can easily collaborate with team members and clients. With Airsend you can post messages, have voice/video calls, share and organize files, and complete projects together with your team. The free teir of AirSend workspace comes with 100 GB free storage.

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Ripcord
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Ripcord

Ripcord is a desktop chat client for group-centric services like Slack and Discord. It provides a traditional compact desktop interface designed for power users. It has a small resource footprint, responds quickly to input, and gets out of your way. With Ripcord, you can connect with friends, family and co-workers.

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Gitter
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Gitter

Gitter is an open-source instant messaging and chat room system for developers designed to make community messaging, collaboration and discovery as smooth and simple as possible. Gitter is provided as software-as-a-service and integrates with GitLab and GitHub repositories to make discussion around code even easier. With Gitter, you can can easily create, organise and grow your communities, inviting others to join just in one click. Over 1.5M users across 100K communities use Gitter to discuss code and development progress.

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GroupMe
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GroupMe

A mobile group messaging app developed and owned by Microsoft. GroupMe was first launched in 2010, today the application has over 12 million registered users that engage in group communication. The application makes it easy to stay in touch with those who really matter to you, and to do so in groups.

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Element
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Element

Element is an All-in-one secure chat app for teams, friends and organisations that allow you to own your conversations. With Element you can keep conversations in your control, safe from data-mining and ads. Element utilize the open and global Matrix network for message relay, protected by proven end-to-end encryption.

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TeamViewer
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TeamViewer

TeamViewer is a software that provides remote control of computers, desktop sharing, online meetings and web conferencing all in one application. The software is used to support, assist and collaborate with people remotely between computers. TeamViewer is available on all major platforms and operating system such as Android, iOS, Linux, MacOS and Windows.

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Slack
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Slack

Slack is a new way to communicate with your team in a faster, better organized, and more secure than email. The software is designed for business looking to improve their communication work flow. Slack offers features like persistent chat rooms organized by topic, private groups, and direct messaging that is built for teamwork.

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Flock
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Flock

Flock is a Freemium Proprietary Social & Communication software for Chromecast , Windows Phone , iOS , Android , Linux , macOS , Windows , .
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Guilded
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Guilded

Guilded is a chat application designed for gamers. With guilded you can create servers for your team with group chats integrated event calendar, forums and other clan related features.

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WeChat
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WeChat

WeChat connects a billion people with voice calls, video calls, photo sharing, chats and payments. The multi-purpose application is developed by the Chinese company Tencent and is and in China, it is described as "the app for everything". WeChat is primarily developed for the mobile consumer, but is also avalible on desktop and in the browser.

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GoToMeeting
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GoToMeeting

With GoToMeeting you can meet and collaborate effortlessly with co-workers and friends. GoToMeeting empowers your remote workforce, while keeping your business safe and secured. Allowing work to be done anywhere, at any time, on any device, your organization needs a virtual meeting platform built for better business.

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Viber
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Viber

Viber is a cross-platform voice over IP application that allow people to make free and secure calls and messages to anyone, anywhere. With Viber, you can create group chats and make group calls, send stickers and emojis over chats that are 100% synced between devices, including 1-tap transfer of calls. Viber is available for free on Android, iOS, macOS, Linux and Windows.

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ICQ
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ICQ

ICQ is the oldest cross-platform messenger and VoIP client. It was originally developed by the Israeli company Mirabilis in 1996, later sold to AOL in 1998. With ICQ you can stay connected with friends, family and co-workers. ICQ provides instant messaging andcan conver audio messages to text.

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