Facebook has launched its major new commitment

Facebook Workplace
This is Facebook Workplace browser and mobiles, and is now out of beta.

Facebook has rolled out Workplace, a competitor to Slack.

Must apply for membership and are not free
The point of the service is to make it easier to communicate internally in companies: one gets an entirely separate login separate from the private Facebook account.

The service is not free, moreover, one must apply to join. The price is $ 3 per employee or 2 or $ 1 depending on the business size (larger = more affordable – active users). This is far cheaper than Slack taking over $ 6 for the standard package.

This included Workplace provides users with:

  • Unlimited storage of files, images and video
  • Unlimited number of teams and project groups
  • Live video streaming
  • Analysis tools for IT folks
  • 1 to 1 service for administrators
  • Secure collaboration between companies
  • Single sign-on support
  • Integration with G Suite, Okta, OneLogin, Ping, Windows Azure AD

It also launched an app: