Zoom would soon add real-time multi-language translation to the mix as it looks to remain the most popular videoconferencing platform.
Even Gilead isn’t safe from the influence of Zoom.
Zoom will allow for longer calls with friends and family on Hanukkah, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, and Kwanzaa.
New security improvements seek to give Zoom hosts more control over who is and who isn’t allowed in a meeting.
Last week a vulnerability was discovered that put Zoom users on Windows 7 at risk.
As CEO Eric Yuan says, this is just the first step on a journey toward a more secure video communication platform.
After saying free users wouldn’t have end-to-end encryption, Eric Yuan has seemingly changed his mind.
Zoom shut down the accounts of activists wanting to plan memorials for the Tiananmen Square massacre.
Zoom says such a feature should be for premium users, along with noting that it wants to work with law enforcement.
Revenue at Zoom clocked in at $328.2 million for the first quarter of this year.
Parliament will investigate how this happened but it’s quite simple – somebody gave the internet the meeting ID and password.
The videoconferencing platform will rollout the feature on 26th April.
The videoconferencing app is set to get a 16-person gallery view and the ability to launch calls from Gmail.
There’s a simple solution – make sure you’re downloading apps from official channels.
A spokesperson says Zoom does not meet the firm’s security standards.
The videoconferencing platform’s rise in popularity has highlighted some glaring issues.
Zoom has had to address myriad security concerns that have been discovered in recent weeks.
With more remote workers turning to videoconferencing platforms, so are cybercriminals as a means of attack.