Teleconferencing in the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic
Coronavirus impact on teleconferencing is part of its impact on Internet usage and as a replacement for cancelled events as well as daily business meetings and social contacts. Teleconference companies such as Zoom Video Communications and DingTalk have seen a sharp increase in usage, accompanied by attendant technical problems like bandwidth overcrowding and social problems like Zoombombing.
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