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Slack, complains to European Commission about unfair competition and Microsoft

Business instant messaging service Slack has been with the European Commission, had filed a complaint about Microsoft for unfair competition. Slack claims that

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Slack, complains to European Commission about unfair competition and Microsoft

Business instant messaging service Slack has been with the European Commission, had filed a complaint about Microsoft for unfair competition. Slack claims that it is Microsoft's corporate instant messaging service, Teams with the illegal part of the Office suite, so that Microsoft's customers had to be able to.

"Millions of consumers" have been forced to work in Teams to install, " says Slack on Wednesday, in a statement. "People are not able to remove it, and don't know what the product actually does."

Because of the Teams, and is part of the microsoft Office package, Microsoft's customers, according to Slack, a way to be in business with each other, chat and make video calls. As a result, they Slack not to need it anymore. Microsoft is a dominant player in the enterprise market, thus allowing for Slack extra hard for the competition to begin.

The European Commission will review the complaint, review it and determine if there is an official investigation. Microsoft has released the news and respond to it.

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