segunda-feira, 20 de abril, 2020

Videoconferencing becomes routine in home office

The change from working format to home office amid the coronavirus pandemic has made a specific market see the number of its users grow exponentially. Videoconferences have become essential to maintain the operation of the most varied segments, being also used to broadcast events, from market lives to music shows, to corporate meetings and family and friends meetings. Here are some of the most used platforms and their features: ZOOM - Offering video and voice meeting services, as well as webinars, the platform has seen its number of users explode, but in recent days has had its image scratched when information about the platform's problems regarding privacy and security is disclosed. After having data stolen by hackers and hacked events, some companies stopped using Zoom. Among them, Siemens and Tesla, as well as Anvisa, in Brazil. Trying to deliver more security to its users, the platform reported on Wednesday, 15, which made a series of updates to prevent these situations from repeating themselves. Zoom allows up to 100 people in a meeting and, in free form, calls of up to 40 minutes. GOOGLE HANGOUTS and MEETS - Google has some communication platforms available. Hangout is a text, audio, video, and file and photo sharing app aimed at ordinary audiences. Google Meet, formerly Hangouts Meets, already focuses on video conferencing and professional use, and initially was not available to everyone who has a Google account, but to those who subscribe to the product package for companies, schools, etc. This month, it was renamed To Google Meet and follows as a direct competitor to Zoom. In this format, it allows meetings for up to 250 people. As advantages, Google tools allow you to sync with all company services. SKYPE and MICROSOFT TEAMS - The two platforms were created by Microsoft. Formerly known in the market, Skype has free versions on the web and also the app. Allows audio and video calls with groups of up to 50 people. Microsoft Teams is a video conferencing solution that is part of the company's enterprise tool package, but its use was released by Microsoft during the pandemic of the new coronavirus. With wide reach, it holds up to 10,000 participants. WHATSAPP - Extremely popular in Brazil, WhatsApp can also be used for video calls, but has as restriction the possibility of participation of only four people. Even so, it stands out for its reach and for being free. FACEBOOK MESSENGER - Social network also of great popularity in Brazil, where it has millions of users and one of its main markets, Facebook allows the realization of video conferences by Messenger. The advantage is also due to its wide reach in the Brazilian population; just have an account to use the tool.
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