Zoom, whose share prices have more than doubled from last year after becoming the go-to destination for virtual birthday parties and endless meetings, is now positioning itself for a post-COVID future. Among its new offerings: apps that allow users to chat and share files, and cloud-phone systems and conference software for physical offices—a reflection that a hybrid return to offices is looking more likely. “We recognize this new reality,” CEO Eric Yuan said on a recent investor call.
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