As more people work online, demand for enterprise communication and videoconferencing apps has skyrocketed. And though Zoom has come out as the incidental beneficiary of this uptick, concerns about security and privacy on the platform have left the door wide open for competitors to swoop in and take the limelight away.
As Reuters reports, Google is planning on doing just that with a flurry of new feature updates to Google Meet in the coming months, as millions of institutions turn to the platform to continue operating in the social distancing era.
To start off, it’s rolling out Gmail integration for Meet (which just last week dropped the Hangouts in its name). This will allow users to join a Meet video call right from within Gmail.
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In addition, the company is also working on improving the videoconferencing experience. Rolling out…