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Adding a workplace collaboration and conferencing product to that mix would be an obvious extension of Amazon’s existing own-brand, cloud-based services.
Among the features that Biba currently offers are video and audio conference calls, including scheduling and management; contacts and presence management; messaging services; screen sharing; and administration features for IT managers.
Amazon could integrate Biba’s functionality into Twitch, or vice versa, either to add more interactive elements, or expand Twitch’s functionality as a B2B platform.
And last but not least, there is an opportunity also for Amazon to use Biba for internal purposes.
Special proactive detection safety filters prevent children from sharing nudity, sexual content or violence, while a dedicated support team will respond quickly to reported or flagged content.
Facebook even manually sifted Giphy to build a kid-friendly version of the GIF-sharing engine.
Tweens don’t sign up for a Facebook account and don’t need a phone number, but can communicate with other Messenger and Messenger Kids users parents sign-off on, so younger siblings don’t get left out of the family group chat.
“We’ve been working closely with the FTC so we’re lockstep with them.
They include Work Mail, a cloud-based managed email and calendar service for businesses; and Work Spaces, a desktop virtualization service that competes with products from VMware, Parallels, Microsoft and more.
People have wondered before if Amazon would get deeper into enterprise software; now, it seems, it could be.
Such a move might make it more competitive against the likes of Microsoft, which rivals AWS with Azure and its own extensive range of enterprise software.
And with childish augmented reality masks and stickers, video calls with grandma could be a lot more fun and a lot less silent or awkward.
Facebook won’t be directly monetizing Messenger Kids, automatically migrating kids to real accounts when they turn 13 or collecting data so that it complies with Children’s Online Privacy Protections Act (COPPA) law.
‘This works’, they said,” Facebook product management director Loren Cheng tells me.