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Easy and effective video, conferencing and phone

Easy and effective video, conferencing and phone

Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ: ZM) brings teams together to get more done in a frictionless and secure video environment. Our easy, reliable, and innovative video-first unified communications platform provides video meetings, voice, webinars, and chat across desktops, phones, mobile devices, and conference room systems. Zoom helps enterprises create elevated experiences with leading business app integrations and developer tools to create customized workflows. Founded in 2011, Zoom is headquartered in San Jose, California, with offices around the world.
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What comes after Zoom?

  • Benedict Evans
  • this week

Zoom has done a good job of asking why it was hard to get into a call, but hasn’t really asked why you’re in the call in the first place.

Why, exactly, are you sending someone a video stream and watching another one? Why am I looking at a grid of little thumbnails of faces? Is that the purpose of this moment? What is the ‘mute’ button for - background noise, or so I can talk to someone else, or is it so I can turn it off to raise my hand? What social purpose is ‘mute’ actually serving? What is screen-sharing for? What other questions could one ask?

And so if Zoom is the Dropbox or Skype of video, we are waiting for the Snap, Clubhouse and Yo.

What comes after Zoom?

Zoom founder and CEO Eric Yuan will speak at Disrupt 2020

  • TechCrunch
  • this week

The coronavirus pandemic has bruised and battered many technology startups, but it has also boosted a small few. One such company is Zoom, which has shouldered the task of keeping us connected to one another in the midst of remote work and social distancing. So, of course, we're absolutely th...

Zoom founder and CEO Eric Yuan will speak at Disrupt 2020

Zoom reverses course and promises end-to-end encryption for all users

  • WIRED
  • 2 weeks ago
  • At the end of May Zoom said that the end-to-end encryption would only be available to paying customers—free accounts would be out of luck. But on Wednesday, the company walked this tiered system back, pledging to provide end-to-end encryption to any user.
  • Zoom said a preliminary beta of its end-to-end encryption feature would begin in July. The protection will be off by default, and hosts will have the option to enable it every time they create a meeting.
  • Corporate administrators will be able to enable or disable the feature for an entire institution or groups of users. It's opt-in, Zoom says, because end-to-end encryption won't be compatible with all conferencing equipment or participants joining from regular phones.
  • Crucially, to enable end-to-end encryption, free users will need to submit and verify an identifying piece of data, like a phone number. Paying users will have already entered identifying info through their sign-up process.
Zoom reverses course and promises end-to-end encryption for all users
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Series D (Jan 2017)