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Discord Started With Gaming, but It Might Just Sneak Up on Enterprise Apps

A little less enterprisey than Slack. A little more structured than Clubhouse. It’s just right.

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In 2007, when BlackBerry was still the leader in the enterprise mobile space, a new competitor launched an irresistibly sleek touch-screen smartphone that epitomized the marriage…




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I write about the psychological, emotional, and cultural factors that affect our decisions. Engineer | Brand Strategist | Curious

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