It's also safe to assume, then, that the popularity of Zoom has just become a little more tangible with fiscal reports indicating the company's revenue has nearly quadrupled in Q2 - with a year-over-year figure of +355%.
Shares of Zoom, which have surged nearly four-fold this year, rose 9.3 per cent to US$355.30 after the bell.
The company is one of the key beneficiaries of the virus pandemic as more people log on to its videoconferencing service to work from home.
Zoom rivals such as Microsoft's Teams and Cisco System's Webex have also seen soaring usage.
Shares of his virtual-meeting company surged as much as 26% to $410 in late USA trading as it reported a jump in quarterly revenue and suggested the explosive growth will continue.
But the ease of use came with privacy and security concerns that drove some customers to competitors earlier this year and prompted Zoom to embark on a 90-day plan to address the issues.
More recently, Zoom suffered a major outage on the same day many schools were resuming online instruction after a summer break.
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Anderson said tracking comorbidities is important because "it can give an idea of people who might be at risk". For the other six percent of cases, "Covid-19 is the only thing reported on the death certificate".
The company said that its large customers - firms that generated more than $100,000 in revenue in the past year - doubled to 988 during the quarter. For the full year, Zoom estimates revenue between $2.37bn and $2.39bn - which is more than three fold its 2019 earnings, Mr Yuan said.
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Zoom said on Monday it was experiencing slightly higher rates of customer cancellation than the historical average, but had factored this into its forecasts.
Founder and CEO Eric Yuan said the company's revenue forecast for all of fiscal 2021 has been upped to a shade less than $2.4 billion, which would be a almost four-fold improvement over 2020.
The founder of the San Jose, California-based company, whose net worth is mostly made up of his more than 50 million Zoom shares, is one of the biggest gainers this year.
In terms of actual dollars and cents, Zoom's revenue in the same quarter exactly a year ago amounted to US$145.8 million. Excluding items, the company earned 92 cents per share, beating the average analyst estimate of 45 cents, according to IBES data from Refinitiv.