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Facebook: What measures does it plan to take for the coronation pandemic?

Mark Zuckerberg, at teleconference on Wednesday on how Facebook responds to the coronation pandemic, said the volume of voice calls in WhatsApp and Messenger in Italy and in other countries that were significantly "hit" by the Coronation, it is now twice the normal level. This is probably due to the fact that people rely more on virtual communication and socialization, since they are quarantined and leave little or no home. This has increased the amount of data flowing through the servers of Facebook. So Facebook had to improve the infrastructure and capacity of its servers, noting that it had already doubled its server capacity. WhatsApp.

Zuckerberg said Facebook should continue to take action if it receives even more pressure from platform whereas, Coronaeus is spreading rapidly around the world, affecting countries whose citizens rely on WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram for their communication.Zuckerberg Facebook for Coronado Pandemic

According to Zuckerberg, in most countries there was no massive outbreak of the Coronation. But if that happens, then the teams behind them applications they need to make sure they have infrastructures that can respond to the coronation pandemic and will not "collapse".

Zuckerberg specifically mentioned the volume of calls made to Italy through the WhatsApp application, as the country remains "locked" to prevent further Coronation spreads. He explained that large volume calls is usually celebrated on New Year's Eve.

Finally, he pointed out that the Coronado pandemic is a new challenge for Facebook employees whose job it is to maintain the infrastructure. He also added that Facebook would implement its policy teleworking from Thursday, however, among employees who will remain in the offices, as they play important roles in company, are those responsible for servers and safety.


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