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Microsoft dominates home-work applications market

Tuesday 22 September 2020 | 13:14 CET | Author: Sanne de Bruyckere, Tim Wijkman | Market Commentary
Microsoft is the dominant provider of applications used by home workers in the Netherlands, according to research by Telecompaper. The survey looked at common applications for VPN, cloud, video chat and collaboration from home and found almost 50 percent use applications from Microsoft. Google trails with a 25 percent share and Apple has just 6 percent. Outside the big tech companies, only a handful of other applications are used regularly. These include Dropbox, with a share of 18 percent in cloud services, Zoom with 18 percent in video chat, and Slack with around 4 percent of the

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Companies: Apple / Cisco / Citrix / Dropbox / Microsoft / Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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