Zoom India leader says customers enjoy it, rivals don't care.
Zoom, in India, is already a cultural icon. Thanks to its growing usage during the coronavirus quarantine, the video video chat app that was unheard of before has now overshadowed other video calling apps. But it's also focused on its overnight success, which shows that success isn't always sweet. It can also be bittersweet, and it comes with challenges of its own.
The Zoom poses a variety of obstacles. There are fears surrounding privacy. Zoom 's platform talks about security bugs, so much so that the Indian government asked public officials and agencies in its directive last month to avoid utilizing Zoom.
In another discussion Software, Zoom India head Sameer Raje talks about how the global lockdowns have contributed to the proliferation of Zoom and other collaborative apps, what the organization is doing to make the device, claim, useful for life during and after the Covid-19 pandemic, development in India, intensified market competitiveness, compliance with the guidelines of the Indian Government, This is what Raje has to say on Zoom.
For most of the world, those are not good times. But for Zoom it's time to boom. Raje also acknowledges. "In this situation of covid-19 no one had foreseen that everyone would start working from home. And forget about working from home, even people will start socializing with (Zoom).
Also in India, the use of video chatting applications is witnessing an unparalleled increase given the nation missing reliable wired internet. "You know how India is right, [the] adoption [also] becomes very viral if something goes viral, and that's what happened, the adoption of such technologies has spiraled up.