Microsoft is ramping up its competition with Zoom by offering 24-hour meetings with its free Teams plan.
Microsoft has rolled out Together mode to Teams in an effort to significantly improve video conferencing.
Not one to rest on its laurels, Microsoft has released an update to Teams that appears to have Zoom squarely in its sights.
After Microsoft announced it would deliver Teams for consumers, some worried the news sounded the death knell for Skype. Those worries appear unfounded, at least for now.
Google has announced that it is making its premium video conferencing product, Google Meet, available for free to everyone.
Research shows that ads are gaining traction as more people are working online and relying on the internet for all aspects of life.
Verizon Business has announced a definitive agreement to buy up Zoom competitor BlueJeans, as the videoconferencing market heats up.
As the global pandemic continues to take its toll, Microsoft is freezing hiring for many roles, but is continuing to hire for its cloud division.
In an effort to take on Zoom’s newfound popularity, Microsoft is adding “Meet Now” to Skype, making meetings easier than ever.
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