“Chat Functions Will Replace Email” in 2017, Says Fuze

Prepare your unified comms networks, because the time is now, apparently

Story by Peter Gothard, Computing.Co

Unified communications platforms will see chat replace email in 2017, VoIP and collaboration firm Fuze has audaciously claimed.

With the message coming through marketing director for EMEA Tom Pressley, the vision Fuze is laying out for the coming year is that of a “significant shift” in instant messaging, with email finally becoming a less dominant form of communication as so-called ‘chat’ collaboration applications like Slack and Huddle may move to rule the roost.

Last week, Computing published industry opinions on the potential adoption of collaboration software in 2017, with many industry leaders believing that popularity of chat would increase. However, an outright ‘replacement’ is arguable.

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