While Zoom finally overcomes one of them the most serious security problem, Microsoft Teams is looking for ways to fix one of its biggest feature deficits by expanding the number of simultaneous video callers it supports (via Forbes).
Until recently, the Microsoft Team only supported up to four video streams simultaneously. In April it was expanded to nine, but the current update in the work will eventually match Zoom’s offer with a 49-person gallery display.
Although that may be overkill for many smaller businesses, it is, however, a feature that many competitors have on Team, and one company will be happy to be removed.
There is no specific time frame for launching this feature, according to reports from Wall Street Journal. However, the company has advanced at full speed with the Team in the face of a surge of large users who enjoyed, which generated more than 75 million users every day in April, more than double that of early March.
Jared Spataro, vice president of Microsoft 365 company, told the Journal, “The thing we hear most valued customers is the ability to chat, meet, call, and collaborate all in one experience.” He continued, “the world has changed. We intend to compete and win.”
The stakes are high with Microsoft putting a lot of burden behind both the Team for business and The team for consumers as a hub for all interactions at work and at home. Given the motivation to win this market and the pieces the company already has, it’s hard to imagine that it will take a long time for them to activate and run this feature.
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