K’waun Conquest (L) and Parris Bender organise students before a live virtual lesson over Zoom at One Martial Arts as California continues its statewide "stay at home order. Photo: Reuters K’waun Conquest (L) and Parris Bender organise students before a live virtual lesson over Zoom at One Martial Arts as California continues its statewide "stay at home order. Photo: Reuters
K’waun Conquest (L) and Parris Bender organise students before a live virtual lesson over Zoom at One Martial Arts as California continues its statewide "stay at home order. Photo: Reuters

Zoom takes lead over Microsoft Teams as coronavirus keeps Americans at home

  • Video conferencing platform Zoom’s average user numbers in March were nearly three times that of its nearest rival Microsoft’s Teams
  • Millions of children have switched to virtual learning programmes and companies are asking employees to work from home to contain the coronavirus outbreak

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K’waun Conquest (L) and Parris Bender organise students before a live virtual lesson over Zoom at One Martial Arts as California continues its statewide "stay at home order. Photo: Reuters K’waun Conquest (L) and Parris Bender organise students before a live virtual lesson over Zoom at One Martial Arts as California continues its statewide "stay at home order. Photo: Reuters
K’waun Conquest (L) and Parris Bender organise students before a live virtual lesson over Zoom at One Martial Arts as California continues its statewide "stay at home order. Photo: Reuters
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