Free work from home software from Microsoft, Google and Zoom
In this blog, I am going to talk about Free Work from home software. In blogs, like Use your Self Quarantine Time and mobile game to make your Quarantine Fun but in this blog, I am going to tell you about how tech giants are helping people to do work from home. As the number of infections and deaths from the novel coronavirus rise drastically, governments, schools, and companies around the world are instituting more drastic measures to rein in the virus’s spread. Concerns about the COVID-19 virus have led to a worldwide boom in remote working, as organizations encourage or require employees to stay home and cities, states and even some countries go on lockdown.
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Major collaboration and video conferencing software vendors are now offering products to users for free in response to the spread of the coronavirus.
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Microsoft’s Teams saw a 500 percent increase in meetings, calls, and conference usage in China since the end of January, according to a spokesperson. Usage rose in the United States as well, at least among Microsoft employees, many of whom have been instructed to work from home.
Zoom usage increase more than 30 percent since the beginning of February for employers who put restrictions on travel (Zoom usage also increased for those who didn’t impose restrictions). Microsoft Teams usage among Productiv clients is up 20 percent in the first week of March compared to the first week of February.
Similarly, Google announced last week that it would offer its enterprise videoconferencing features — for example, larger meetings of up to 250 people and the ability to record — for free to G Suite and G Suite for Education customers through July 1, 2020.
Although many collaboration and communication providers already offer free but limited versions of their software, amid the ongoing crisis many have announced further deals, typically to provide additional paid features at no extra cost.
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