Technology

Remote work leads to Microsoft Teams overload

Microsoft says it is currently investigating the problem. It's the second outage of Microsoft Teams in recent months.

Slack's rival, Microsoft Teams says is investigating the problem. Photo: Shutterstock
  • Microsoft Teams went down with remote work overflow;
  • On the other hand, Zoom Video platform is expecting to increase its numbers of users because of the demand

Slack‘s rival, Microsoft Teams, went down as people started working from home due to the coronavirus outbreak, says TechCrunch.

READ ALSO: Coronavirus: Zoom’s stocks spike after remote work announcements

As countries are shutting borders and employers are sending workers to work from home, the communication and collaboration platform was not able to support the strain. Microsoft stated that it is investigating the issue.

READ ALSO: 2019: An investment Odyssey for startups in Latin America

TechCrunch remembers that it is the second outage of Microsoft Team in as many months after the software giant forgot to renew a HTTPS certificate.  On the other hand, Zoom Video platform is expecting to increase its numbers of users because of the demand.