As the ongoing pandemic video conferencing become the primary source of connecting with others most popular video conferencing App Zoom get the most download and increase in users in this pandemic but also every security of website and app matters. Zoom data exploit many times in different ways. After all this situations Google also banned use of zoom for there employees . After this Facebook also launched Messenger room
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Google has now made its business video conferencing service, Google Meet free for all the users, further adding to the competition. It was previously reserved for only the subscribers of the premium G Suite software tools for business.
“Meet will be available to all users around the world, to enable people all walks of life to communicate collaborate and really stay in touch more effectively through the pandemic,” G Suite vice president Javier Soltaro told AFP.
To stand out as a more secure platform, Google highlighted in a blog post that it has “invested years in making Meet a secure and reliable video conferencing solution that’s trusted by schools, governments and enterprises around the world.”
People can take part in meeting through their free Google accounts which will have a 60-minute time cap that will be enforced starting the end of September, according to the company.