Slack Technologies Inc.
said on Monday it is aware of technical issues that have disrupted its service. “Our teams are aware and are investigating the issue. We know how important it is for people to stay connected and we are working hard to get everyone running as normal. For the latest updates please keep an eye on @slackstatus and status.slack.com,” a company spokeswoman told MarketWatch.
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