Inside SaaS - April 9th, 2019

Inside SaaS (Apr 9th, 2019)

Zoom Sets Share Price Range / Slack Integrates OneDrive/Outlook / Dropbox Integrates G Suite

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1. In an updated SEC filing, video conferencing company Zoom set its IPO price range to $28 to $32 per share, which could give the company a valuation of up to $8.25 billion. The share price shows a large value increase since Zoom's most recent private valuation, which placed the company at $1 billion. Zoom is expected to go public next week, and its IPO is led by Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, and Credit Suisse. —BUSINESS INSIDER 


2. Slack announced new integrations with Microsoft's OneDrive and Outlook product lines, bringing features like Outlook Calendar meetings and Skype for Business calls to the workplace chat platform. Slack users can now respond to invitations from Outlook from within the app, and Outlook emails can easily be shared on the service through a button in the email's interface. Additionally, users can join meetings on platforms like Zoom, WebEx or Skype for Business from within Slack. —TECH CRUNCH 


3. Dropbox Business users can now access, create, and edit files from Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides from within Dropbox and without leaving the app. The integration was announced last year, and although the feature is currently only available to Dropbox Business users, Dropbox said the integration will eventually roll out to all users. For now, users will also need a Google G Suite account to access the feature. —THE VERGE 


4. After unveiling the Project Gemini "drawing and painting app" last year, Adobe is rolling out a selective beta and showing off some of the app's features.  Gemini is specifically meant to be used for drawing and illustrating and includes a series of brush effects that mimic painting with a real brush. Additionally, the app features familiar tools from apps like Adobe Illustrator Draw and Photoshop Sketch. Adobe plans to release the app for iPad first, followed by releases for Windows 10 and Android. —THE VERGE 


5. Gubagoo, a "conversational commerce" provider, announced its ChatSmart product has new integrations with Google Messaging, Car Wars, and HubSpot. —PR NEWSWIRE 

6. Frame.io is publicly releasing its API for developers and announced integration with Zapier for automatic Frame.io connections with third-party apps. —BROADCASTING CABLE 

7. Google's Cloud Services Platform, now titled Anthos, is out of beta with AWS and Azure integrations. —TECH CRUNCH 

8. Extreme Tech's David Cardinal provided a hands-on look at Adobe's new suite of content-aware video tools and the new storyboarding function for Premiere Pro. —EXTREME TECH 

9. Google Cloud announced a series of new open-source integrations with Confluent, DataStax, Elastic, InfluxData, MongoDB, Neo4j, and Redis Labs. —TECH CRUNCH 

10. In an interview with ZDNet, Box CEO Aaron Levie discussed the company's upcoming products, Box Relay, and Box Shield, and what he previously described as the "most exciting product road map in our company's history." —ZDNET 


Written and curated by Sean Wolfe. He is a tech reporter based in Brooklyn, New York, and has previously worked at Business Insider and GIE Media. Follow him on Twitter at @seanthomaswolfe.

Editing team: Managing editor Kim Lyons, a Pittsburgh-based journalist with recent bylines in the NYTimes and Columbia Journalism Review and editor Susmita Baral with recent bylines in NatGeo, Teen Vogue, and Quartz.


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