Coronavirus: Microsoft offers you premium Teams for the next six months!
Microsoft Teams and Google want to help workers communicate during the coronavirus outbreak, to help employees around the world to telework!
In brief :
> Microsoft will offer the premium version of Microsoft Teams for free for the next six months.
> Microsoft will also remove the limit on the number of team members per team in its free version.
> Similarly, Google has reduced the cost of its communication features in Google Hangouts Meet.
Microsoft Teams :
Microsoft will allow people to communicate for free with the premium version of Microsoft Teams for the next six months due to the coronavirus. This will allow business employees to better coordinate and communicate during the coronavirus outbreak. Similarly, Microsoft will also remove the limit on the number of team members that can join a team in the free version of Microsoft Teams.
Similarly, Google has announced that all G Suite and G Suite for Education customers will be able to share live with up to 100,000 viewers and hold teleconferences with up to 250 people. People will also be able to record meetings and save them to Google Drive. These features are typically limited to the Enterprise Edition of G Suite, but can now be used with a more affordable G Suite account.
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