Two years ago, I didn’t know what Zoom was. Now, it’s where we all spend a good chunk of our time.
Microsoft, which owns Skype, noticed. They wanted in on the enterprise video conferencing market—and adding a bunch of video conferencing features to Microsoft Teams is their attempt to get in. Teams is mostly a Slack alternative, but it’s also meant to replace Skype for Business, which up until recently was Microsoft’s corporate video conferencing service. Perhaps because of Skype’s legacy, Teams includes a bunch of video features that Zoom doesn’t.