Microsoft president on handling increased demand during coronavirus
The coronavirus outbreak has made working from home the new normal. Microsoft Teams, which enables chat, meetings and calls between colleagues, has soared in March from 20 million daily users to 44 million. Microsoft's video chat software Skype has also surged 70% in March. Microsoft president Brad Smith joins "Squawk Box" to discuss how the company is handling the increase in demand.
Fri, Apr 17 20209:28 AM EDT