Microsoft and WeWork partner to combine smart tools and spaces

Sean Dudley
Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley on 07 November 2016
Microsoft and WeWork partner to combine smart tools and spaces

Microsoft is teaming up with WeWork – a New York-based organisation that offers shared office spaces to small businesses and entrepreneurs.

The two organisations will work together to combine smart tools and spaces, with the overall aim of inspiring people to achieve more.

WeWork’s corporate employees will adopt Office 365 in 2017. This will provide the organisation’s staff with a universal collaborative toolkit which is flexible enough to meet the varying needs of every work team.

Corporate employees at WeWork will also be able to take advantage of the Surface Hub and Microsoft Teams – the latter of which was revealed last week.

The two organisations are working together to find ways to use Office 365 to enhance physical workspaces. This includes, for example, easier reservations for conference rooms via Outlook.

Additionally, New York, Atlanta, Portland and Philadelphia-based Microsoft employees will be able to work from WeWork spaces globally.

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