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Firms 'choosing browser solutions over Skype'
Video conferencing has grown 400% in last 12 months, finds survey.
Businesses are ditching Skype in favour of browser-based video conferencing tools, according to a study.
Less than 10% of companies rely on downloadable solutions like Skype to conduct virtual meetings with colleagues and clients, found video conferencing tool Blue Jeans, based on data from one million clients.
The cloud platform, which enables users of different solutions to communicate via any connected device, also surveyed 391 businesses to discover that 90% of users rely on a browser-based service.
Its latest findings suggest video conferencing has grown by 400% over the last 12 months.
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