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We announced several recent security updates and user interface enhancements from the product team during the May 20 “Ask Eric Anything” webinar. Here’s a roundup of the main security changes to the Zoom platform from the past week: Screen sharing: For single Zoom Pro accounts, screen sharing is set to Host Only by default. Hosts […]

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Zoom Product Updates: Restricted Screen Sharing by Default, Consent for Unmuting & Audio Alert for the Waiting Room
May 22, 2020

Today Zoom published a draft cryptographic design for an end-to-end-encrypted video communications offering. Security and privacy are the twin pillars of Zoom’s 90-day plan. When I joined Zoom with the rest of the Keybase team on May 7, we announced our intention to build the most secure video meeting offering that can reach current Zoom […]

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Zoom Publishes Draft Design of End-to-End Encryption Offering

Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), founded to drive greater access to digital tools for people with disabilities, and Zoom plays an important role in providing that access for national nonprofit IFB Solutions, the largest employer of people who are blind or visually impaired in the U.S. IFB relies on Zoom and the platform’s […]

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Zoom Helps IFB Solutions Keep the Visually Impaired Employed, Learning & Connected During COVID-19
May 21, 2020

Construction can be described as a group of trained people gathering on a job site to collaboratively build something. This endeavor brings many tools into play. There are pneumatic hammers, sanders, skip loaders, wheelbarrows, graders, hard hats — and Zoom Meetings — some of it taking place right in the middle of the dust and […]

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Construction’s Newest Critical Tool — Zoom

As we continue on our 90-day plan to improve the security and privacy of our platform, this week’s “Ask Eric Anything” webinar focused on meeting safety, Zoom Phone’s FedRAMP authorization, and Zoom’s bug bounty program.  Zoom CEO Eric S. Yuan was joined by Zoom CPO Oded Gal; Lynn Haaland, Zoom Deputy General Counsel, Chief Compliance […]

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90-Day Security Plan Progress Report: May 20
May 20, 2020

Moving large in-person events to virtual ones with agility isn’t easy, but the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) showed us that it is possible, turning its flagship event into a successful, secure virtual conference using Zoom in a matter of weeks.  The nonprofit National Kidney Foundation’s Spring Clinical Meetings is an annual conference designed to provide […]

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With Just 2 Weeks’ Notice, National Kidney Foundation Moves Spring Clinical Meetings to Virtual with Zoom 
May 18, 2020

Zoom has helped us all navigate working from home, access virtual classrooms, remotely connect with our doctors, and even share cocktails with friends and family during happy hours. Fitness instructors are also using Zoom to stay connected to their students and help them maintain an “at home” work-life balance.  Exercise is critically important to our […]

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Best Practices for Hosting Workouts Over Zoom
May 15, 2020

Like it or not, many of us are remote workers for the time being, and phone remains an important tool for daily work communication. I have been a remote worker since joining Zoom in April 2019, and Zoom Phone has become a key component of my daily workflow. I’ve outlined some tips and tricks in […]

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Tips for Improving Remote Working Productivity with Zoom Phone
May 14, 2020

Video Communications Leader Plans to Hire Hundreds of Software Engineers Zoom today announced that it will open two new research and development centers – one in the greater Phoenix, Arizona area and one in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Zoom will immediately begin recruiting software engineering talent in these geographies. Employees will work from home until the offices […]

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Zoom to Open R&D Centers in Phoenix and Pittsburgh