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2021 escalated quickly
The first week of 2021 has sped the adoption of decentralised real time communication.
Steve Loynes
12/01/2021
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
17/12/2020
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
16/12/2020
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
16/12/2020
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
14/12/2020
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
8/12/2020
Gitter goes native!
Native Matrix connectivity for Gitter is a proof point for interoperability between messenger apps.
Steve Loynes
7/12/2020
BwMessenger goes live for Bundeswehr!
BWI and Bundeswehr launches Matrix-based communications platform, BwMessenger.
Steve Loynes
17/11/2020
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
30/09/2020
Element 1.7.8 is out!
Highlights from Element Web 1.7.6, 1.7.7 and 1.7.8
Steve Loynes
29/09/2020

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