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Today at Zoom, we’re celebrating Women’s Equality Day, which commemorates the 1920 passage of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution, granting women the right to vote. In honor of this day, we’re highlighting some of the amazing women at Zoom crucial to the success of our company! Janine Pelosi, Head of Marketing Janine leads […]

Women’s Equality Day
August 26, 2016

Right now, 15% of the US Population is over 65. By 2030, it’ll be 20%. In some developed countries, like Japan, the situation is even more dire – with 40% of the national health care budget going to elder care. It’s clear that always providing elder care services on an in-person basis won’t be able […]

Powering Telehealth With The CARE Network
August 4, 2016

Zoom has done it again, achieving ridiculously high NPS marks which has elevated our position to an even greater video conferencing industry score. Perhaps even more remarkable is that this was done at-scale with tens-of-thousands more customers since our last NPS evaluation. But First, What the Heck is NPS? Essentially a customer happiness barometer – […]

Zoom’s NPS: Dominating Video Conferencing
July 29, 2016

Oh how we’ve missed Boston! Home to Paul Revere, world-class universities, running culture, sultry summers, and outspoken people in crosswalks 🙂 We are excited to be back for Campus Technology 2016 next week, August 2nd and 3rd at the Hynes Convention Center Boston. Attending? If so then you’ve got to stop by Booth #609 to […]

Campus Technology 2016: Zoom In The Classroom
July 27, 2016

Attending an online meeting and watching a presentation. Yippy! Most of us have experienced these ad nauseum. Are we right? Over the last few years this has become the template for online meetings. Not always, but often times these can equal a great big YAWN if the content isn’t engaging or if we feel a […]

Enhanced Productivity Via Shared Screen Annotation
July 22, 2016

Check out our newest education case study: The University of Arizona Achieves Student-Centered Learning with Zoom and Kubi. This case study focuses on the College of Education at the University of Arizona and how they have deployed Zoom and Kubi to create better learning experiences for their local and remote students. We spoke with Michael […]

Education Case Study: The University of Arizona Achieves Student-Centered Learning
July 8, 2016

… but definitely should! Video, audio, screen sharing, MP4 recording. We’ve covered the basics over and over. But Zoom also has some secrets you may not know about. It’s like the hidden menu of Zoom, but instead of a double double animal style or a 4×4 (for you In-N-Out fans), we’re talking about video collaboration […]

5 Collaboration Features From Zoom You Didn’t Know You Had
July 6, 2016

Where has the appreciation for non verbal communication gone? We have an innate desire for social interaction; to talk and be heard, to listen and understand, to share and learn, to see and be seen. This is especially critical within a business context, when we are concerned with the success of various business operations rather […]

Non Verbal Communication: The Forgotten Art
July 1, 2016

Haven’t heard of huddle rooms? Well, you will soon! Wainhouse Research estimates that there are 30 to 50 million huddle rooms in the world. You can learn all about this phenomenon in this extremely informative, highly interesting white paper from Wainhouse Research: Adding Collaboration to the Huddle Room. This report, authored by Wainhouse Sr. Analyst […]

Adding Collaboration to the Huddle Room: Wainhouse Report
June 28, 2016