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As billions of professionals tackle the transition from working in an office environment to staying productive at home, software like Zoom has exploded in popularity, climbing from 10 million daily users to 300 million.

But with competitors like Google, Microsoft, and Facebook beefing up their teleworking alternatives, deciding which application to use can be tough.


The coronavirus has had an impact on virtually every aspect of our lives, from our finances to our social lives - and work is no exception. With all-but-essential businesses and offices forced to close for the foreseeable future in key markets like Europe and the United States, businesses have had to adapt at breakneck speed and transform their processes. Products like Zoom and Microsoft Teams are experiencing a huge surge in adoption as a result, with new users joining in their millions to keep in , up from the 44 million it registered in March. Zoom has expanded its services, and in an effort to compete, Google announced its Hangouts tool would offer premium features . With so much choice, most businesses are pivoting towards the first video conferencing app that they’re exposed to, but and businesses reporting major security challenges, deciding on the right software for your needs is important. The good news? You’re spoiled for choice!

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