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UBS analyst Jennifer Lowe:

"Teams and Zoom stood out as preferred options for video conferencing, with Microsoft shops already on Office 365 largely favoring Teams, while those not on Office 365 split evenly between Teams and Zoom," Lowe said in a report.

"Zoom was seen as the best option for rapid deployment and support for very large meetings, but for many Teams offers greater breadth of functionality and is included with O365 so effectively 'free' for existing O365 users."



If Teams is free for existing enterprise users and many SMB, with greater functionality, how many firms can realistically be expected to pay for, not just use, Zoom?

I used Zoom for the 2nd time last week and will use it again this week but it's not something that I'd ever pay for. Are other posters here buying their service who already have Teams?


Naj, long MSFT
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