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2021 escalated quickly
The first week of 2021 has sped the adoption of decentralised real time communication.
Steve Loynes
EMS brings more interoperability to messaging
EMS is now providing hosting for a fully managed bridge for Telegram that supports both direct and group messaging.
Steve Loynes
Element Matrix Services simplifies Slack migration
Element Matrix Services (EMS) is releasing a new service to help organisations migrate from Slack to Element.
Steve Loynes
Here comes the missing communication layer of the web
The Digital Markets Act is pushing interoperability between messaging apps; it's a major win for consumers.
Amandine Le Pape
Preparing data for a choppy sea crossing
‘When the tide goes out you can see who’s been swimming naked’ is an appropriate adage for organisations’ data protection as the UK leaves the EU. After a long period of negotiation, the United Kingdom left the European Union on the 31st of January of 2020. The UK and
Denise Almeida
Announcing the Element public roadmap
We’re publishing the Element public roadmap in a new public repository and project board that anyone can access.
Nad Chishtie
Gitter goes native!
Native Matrix connectivity for Gitter is a proof point for interoperability between messenger apps.
Steve Loynes
BwMessenger goes live for Bundeswehr!
BWI and Bundeswehr launches Matrix-based communications platform, BwMessenger.
Steve Loynes
Gitter is joining Element
When GitLab proposed that Gitter could be stronger as part of the Matrix network, we knew we couldn’t miss the chance!
Amandine Le Pape
Element 1.7.8 is out!
Highlights from Element Web 1.7.6, 1.7.7 and 1.7.8
Steve Loynes

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