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Whether you’re writing for a magazine, designing a header for a website, or even coding that website, you need some level of collaboration with your clients and other people working on the project. Most likely, you’re already doing this through email. You might even have some sort of CRM helping you out. You may not […]

Freelancing Just Got Easier With Zoom
January 30, 2014

Not too long ago, South Kashmir, a region in the Indian subcontinent, was hit with a huge snowfall. Consequently, several power lines went down and entire areas were left in the dark. Omar Abdullah, the chief minister of the region, was overwhelmed with the effort to restore power and basic services, since he couldn’t be […]

Responding to Disasters With Zoom
January 16, 2014

Although the average video meeting has two to eight participants, every once in a while you still need to host a meeting that includes something in the order of 20 to 25 people. Zoom allows you to have meetings with up to 25 participants and gives you the most pristine quality your hardware can squeeze […]

Six Tips for Zoom Mega Meetings
December 5, 2013

Recently, Zoom investor Patrick Soon-Shiong made headlines for his groundbreaking work in medicine. Dr. Soon-Shiong is using Big Data to change the ways doctors respond to illnesses, particularly to cancer. This medical visionary also has a vision for Zoom and the ways we can change healthcare. How has Zoom started to change the face of […]

Zoom and the Healthcare Revolution
December 3, 2013

The medical industry has been plagued with inefficiency and at time seems immune to breakthroughs. One of the reasons for this is the loss of productivity experienced when dealing with paperwork. Each doctor in the United States has, on average, 390 patients to work with. At Zoom, we believe that technology should not get in […]

How Healthcare Can Zoom its Way to Greatness
November 7, 2013

After meeting with our Zoom Education User Group in September, we decided it might be helpful for our users in educational institutions to have some written best practices for using Zoom on their campuses. We’re going through a moment in history when video is saturating the education market, whether it’s an instructional video recorded and […]

6 Best Practices for Schools Using Zoom
October 10, 2013

The University of Nevada Las Vegas Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach (The Center) is a program that helps various student populations in the Las Vegas area attain post-secondary education. The Center offers a variety of services to meet the needs of different age groups and goals. For example, TRiO Upward Bound prepares high school […]

UNLV Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach Zooms!
August 27, 2013

Each quarter, Stanford Continuing Studies offers over 100 courses, workshops, and special events on topics ranging from liberal arts and sciences, to creative writing, and professional and personal development. Designed to cultivate learning and enrich the lives of adults in the Bay Area, courses are primarily taught by Stanford instructors and are open to all […]

Stanford Continuing Studies & Zoom Take Education Online
August 15, 2013

Distance learning is the biggest trend in higher education. Many institutions are looking for better ways to improve their distance learning programs. Video conferencing tools like Zoom have a variety of functions in higher education that can reduce costs and improve the learning experience. Zoom is at SIDLIT, the Summer Institute on Distance Learning and […]

10 Ways Video Collaboration Enhances Distance Learning
August 2, 2013