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By Nikos Andriotis eLearning is not a simple, single, thing. It is one of the most multi-faceted IT fields, which applies to corporate training, commercial and academic learning, micro- and mobile learning, blended (hybrid) learning, employee onboarding, extended enterprise training, and perhaps a couple more applications that we’re forgetting here. We’ve learned about the multitude of eLearning applications […]
By Nina Jolani, The MAVEN Project In the US we spend about 18 percent* of our GDP on healthcare – more than any other high income country – yet we have the poorest health among these nations. Among the major contributors to our national health crisis are poor access to healthcare providers, health resources, and […]
Today we bring you a tale from up north, our neighbors in Canada to be specific. This is the story of our good friends at Influitive, a technology startup you might recall from our hard-fought battle in the 2016 March SaaSness competition. Influitive is a Toronto-based advocate marketing software company. What’s advocate marketing? Simply put, […]
With recent security concerns at other communications companies (like this one from WebEx), we wanted to give you an updated primer on Zoom’s security. Security is our highest priority. We have built the most secure network with the most robust security features for our customers. In fact, many of the world’s most-trusted information security companies […]
Project ECHO: Our goal is to touch the lives of 1 billion people by 2025! Founded in 2003, Project ECHO seeks to truly democratize medical knowledge. It began as a way to share the highly specialized hepatitis C knowledge of Dr. Sanjeev Arora to other healthcare practitioners. A force multiplier for Dr. Arora! Today Project ECHO has […]
In the technology oriented healthcare industry, providers and patients are recognizing the benefits of video communications. There is constant pressure to increase quality of patient care and the desire to provide new services, while at the same time controlling costs. Healthcare providers are leveraging the power of video communications to link patients, physicians, and clinicians […]
[Update: President Obama has signed the ECHO Act into Law.] Today we announced that Zoom’s long-time customer, Project ECHO® at the University of New Mexico Health Science Center, has received support from the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives for the Expanding Capacity for Health Outcomes (ECHO) Act. The ECHO Act will increase access […]
Yesterday Zoom and Internet2 hosted a webinar featuring Paul Drake, Product Manager for University of Notre Dame, and David J. Blezard, Sr. IT Manager for University of New Hampshire, discussing how they selected a video communication solution for their universities, including criteria and piloting process, and the secrets of successful deployment and adoption of technology. […]
By Ben Fineman, Program Manager for Internet2 It’s no secret that Zoom has been generating a lot of interest in the research and education community. By Zoom’s own count, they currently have users at over 5,800 separate educational institutions. That’s a lot! There’s clearly something going on there to take note of, and we’ve been […]