I don’t think I have to elaborate why video conferencing, team and online meeting solutions like Bluejeans, GoToMeeting, Slack, Teams, Webex, Whereby and Zoom become more popular these days.
Vox has a nice article with some mind blowing figures: Microsoft Teams saw a 500 percent increase in meetings, calls and conference usage since January. At the end of January Zoom was on a run rate of a hundred billion annual meeting minutes. And Google announced offering its enterprise videoconferencing features for free to G Suite and G Suite for Education customers through July 1, 2020.
I have received many calls and e-mails the last few weeks about how to support these kind of applications from within Liquit Workspace. Applications which are hybrid: either because they can be used from within your browser, sometimes then a specific browser, or by installing certain Win32 components to be installed first.