Big announcement from Google, will give Rs 75000 extra to every employees working from home
Sundar Pichai has donated five crore rupees to ‘Give India’ to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
- Last Updated:April 13, 2020, 3:03 PM IST
Earlier, Google had announced assistance of more than $ 800 million as part of efforts to tackle the Kovid-19 epidemic. This includes a $ 200 million investment fund for NGOs and banks, which will help small businesses to raise capital.
This free service due to lockdown
Due to the lockdown, Google has recently rebranded its video conferencing and messaging platform ‘Hangout’ to make ‘Meet’ (Meet). Also, at the time of this lockdown, Google has also extended the date for accessing its premium features for free. Google announced last month that all G Suite customers can use the premium features of Meet till 1 July, but it has now been extended to 30 September. Under the Google Meet Premium feature, up to 250 people can have a video conference simultaneously. Huh. Also, users can live stream content up to 100,000 viewers with domains. Apart from this, G Suite users can also record meetings in premium features.
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