The number of Microsoft Teams users continues to increase. In March, the company announced that it would bring together 44 million daily active users. The videoconferencing service jumped in April, reaching over 75 million users.
As ZOOM continues its ascent and Google Meet has just become free for all users, these impressive figures will not surprise anyone in the midst of teleworking.
Video conferencing is on the rise
These figures were revealed by Satya Nadella, president and CEO of Microsoft, during a conference call with investors, this Wednesday, April 29. He also shared another important fact: Microsoft Teams surpassed its record this month, with a day where 200 million different users used the videoconferencing service at the same time.Remember also that since this week, Google Meet, Google’s video conferencing app, is accessible and free for everyone. For its part, ZOOM, which is the leader in the field in this period of containment, has grown to 300 million registered users – and not 300 million daily active users, as announced by the platform in a first time – against 10 million last December.
Source: The Verge