Does Zoom have a death wish?

Zoom is one of the leading videoconferencing platforms in the market — and one of the most successful. But it recently made a decision that could significantly damage sales going forward.

Zoom publicly indicated that work-from-home is not working for the company (hat tip to Business Insider for the initial report), which is pretty much like a car company telling its employees to take public transportation. It is a clear indicator that the company’s software not only doesn’t make work-from-home viable, it never will. That’s likely to reduce the total available market (TAM) significantly, given that work-from-home-policies have been fueling videoconferencing sales in recent years.

To read this article in full, please click here

Source:: Computerworld