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Since mankind was industrialized, doctors have actively sought ways of enhancing patient care. Today, we have telemedicine, a recent innovation that is finding its way to hospitals and private practices everywhere. In fact, one of our customers in the medical field, The Apractis Clinic, uses our software for this purpose exactly. But what about psychiatry? […]

Why Psychiatrists Should Consider Zoom Telepsychiatry
February 4, 2014

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

Last August, we spoke with Malena Watrous, Lead Instructor, and Teresa Kpachavi, Student Services Manager, Online Courses at Stanford Continuing Studies about the early adoption of Zoom at their school. Stanford Continuing Studies serves more than 13,000 students each year, with 8% of those students taking online courses. Zoom is proud to contribute to Stanford […]

Update: Stanford Continuing Studies Graduates to Zoom
January 28, 2014

Today, many people have at least one smartphone, a tablet, and a desktop computer. Is that enough to satisfy our need to communicate? What if we had screens everywhere? Currently, innovations in consumer and business technology are plopping screens everywhere we go, and it seems as if though the amount of screens surrounding us grows […]

Zoom Examines the Future of Communication Devices
January 23, 2014

Check out our newest case study: Legal Geeks Use Zoom to Distribute Geeky Content. This case focuses on The Legal Geeks, a blog/vlog with a geeky angle on the law, often throwing science fiction into the mix. The Legal Geeks contains a combination of personal content and interviews by the Legal Geeks: Josh Gilliland and […]

New Case Study: The Legal Geeks’ Zoom Vlog
January 21, 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

Our newest case study focuses on Brevity, a company that needed Zoom to connect its remote teams and customers. The growth of the video production, post-production and distribution market has grown tremendously, making it difficult to keep up with the high bandwidth demands of video file sizes. This has sparked demand for slimmer solutions that […]

Brevity Collaborates On Zoom
January 14, 2014

By now you’re probably enjoying your new Zoom version 2.5, released in mid December. We just want to make sure that you know exactly what you’re getting and are using Zoom to it’s full potential. So, without further adieu, here is the full low-down on the 2.5 enhancements: Improved Interface Our interface was already doing […]

Primer on Zoom 2.5 Features
January 9, 2014

Our newest case study focuses on, which hosts interactive video lectures on animation for students from many different countries. Its instructors are highly-experienced animators who have worked on famous films for the likes of DreamWorks and Disney.’s international student body and the school’s emphasis on being flexible to their student’s needs meant that […]

New Case Study: Teaches Animation on Zoom
January 7, 2014