UAE lifts restriction on online call applications in coronavirus emergency
The applications incorporate Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Blackboard, Microsoft’s Skype for Business and Google Hangouts Meet
Schools and universities started separation learning on March 22
DUBAI: The UAE has declared designs to lift the restriction on some boycotted applications, for example, Skype for Business, with an end goal to assist organizations with working during the coronavirus emergency, state news office WAM provided details regarding Tuesday.
The UAE’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority said it was working with arrange suppliers to empower organizations to utilize Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Blackboard, Microsoft’s Skype for Business and Google Hangouts Meet.
The authority said these applications will be accessible as they help individuals in their work and study a good ways off.
Already the Ministry of Education shut schools, presenting the spring break, and approaching understudies and instructors to participate in separation learning.
Schools and universities have been shut since March 8 and separation learning started on Monday, March 22 and will run until at any rate April 2.
There are 198 affirmed instances of coronavirus in the nation, out of which 41 recuperated and 2 kicked the bucket.