Zoom wants to be the new Teams

In an increasingly competitive field, Zoom is looking to take on Teams and Slack with their recent launch of enterprise-wide features and services. With email, calendar apps, and a virtual co-working space
called “Zoom Spots” as well as upgrades for collaboration and project management it’s clear that they’re aiming directly at Microsoft Teams, who recently integrated seamlessly into Office 365 suite.

While it feels like a logical step in the right direction for Zoom many businesses are already committed to Microsoft Teams which releases its own improvements almost every week. This is still very much
worth watching as we’ll want our clients’ needs met too – especially when there’s no telling how widely adopted these offerings might be or if they’ll offer enough flexibility without sacrificing any features that
currently come standard with other platforms.

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