Tencent, Alibaba office apps find fans in virus-affected schools
Tencent and Alibaba have in past years steadily built out their office apps as part of an overall effort to keep users locked into their respective online spheres -- but they’ve always been deemed as a sort of sideline to their main retail and media empires.
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Rajiv Bhalla, managing director, Barco India said, “With the recent health scare, we are seeing a strong uptake in video conferencing. Several global companies have advised their employees to manage their work through video conferences. Video conferences are, thus, becoming a viable option to travelling for work.”
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By focusing on the local China market first and targeting individual users, ByteDance will try to capture the latent demand in the country that’s been catalyzed by the coronavirus, said the people familiar with its plans.
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