People are changing their behaviour to adopt video conferencing
As concerns over the coronavirus disease, COVID-19, increase, companies are enforcing more rules and restrictions on where employees can travel — and allowing more people to work from home. In order to stay productive, home-bound workers are using more cloud software apps that help them communicate and collaborate with their coworkers.
Helping businesses and schools stay connected in response to Coronavirus
Zoom has seen increased usage as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Wall Street firm Bernstein Research estimates that Zoom has already brought in more new active users this year than last year due to coronavirus, according to CNBC.
In response to to the increased usage, Zoom lifted its 40-minute limit for callers using the free version of the software in China. Zoom’s CEO Eric Yuan, who grew up in China’s Shandong province, said he wanted to make a contribution to help those affected by the virus.