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Zoom stock has found a bright spot in coronavirus outbreak fears. The company reports more active users in the first 55 days of 2020 than in all of 2019, increased in sessions per day and session length. As companies (and their employees) hunker down, curtail travel, work remotely, and try to forge ahead, it’s not really a bad time to be in the video collaboration platform business.
Salesforce announced its fiscal Q4 earnings which delivered on revenue and earnings while also seeing co-CEO Keith Block resign and another big acquisition.
The launch of Poly’s Poly Lens offering was announced earlier this month in Amsterdam at Integration Systems Europe (ISE) 2020, the world’s largest show focused on AV and systems integration. The Poly Lens service is designed to increase collaboration space adoption and simplify IT ops. Since adoption of technology within the workplace is the key to successful digital transformation, this service is a no-brainer. I believe digital adoption platforms are quickly becoming the new normal — with good reason.
Cisco revealed its plans for its collaboration business in 2020 moving towards a platform business differentiated on data, security and experience.
HPE continues its cloud native expansion acquiring Scytale, a company that focuses on application to application identity management.
At NRF 2020, Samsung launched the XCover Pro mobile device. Partnering with Microsoft, the new device embeds Microsoft Teams pushing retail innovation.
A late look at Zoom Q3 performance, its growth and why the company is on solid footing to be successful in the long run.
There’s a lot of technology on the market today designed to encourage effective collaboration. Yet, with all of the technology available, many companies are still not experiencing the benefits of real collaboration within their companies.
Slack reported its 3rd quarter fiscal year earnings where the company showed growth over a poor Q2 but made some strong and strange comments about Microsoft.