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Let’s say you’re having surgery. It’s an important and expensive procedure. But which surgeon will you trust to perform your operation? Wouldn’t you like to know which surgeon other medical professionals would turn to for the same procedure? Who is so great that other doctors would join a six month waiting list just to get […]

The Tech Industry Zooms
July 31, 2014

Attention everyone interested in education technology! Zoom is headed to not one, but two education technology events this week. First up is Campus Technology, today through Thursday in Boston, Massachusetts. Next up: SIDLIT, Thursday and Friday, in Kansas City, Kansas. So we dug through the happenings at these events to make sure you have all […]

Zoom’s on the Road Again: Campus Tech & SIDLIT
July 29, 2014

For decades, communicating through video was something that only a fat cat with a top hat could possibly afford. Even then, the quality of the stream was dubious and you had to have some know-how to use the software. After the turn of the 21st century, there was a stream of innovation that took advantage […]

Consumer Video Services vs. Zoom’s Business-Grade Meetings
July 24, 2014

Since Zoom launched in February 2013, we have reached over 10 million participants, attracting over 20,000 businesses and 1,400 educational institutions globally. Zoom’s success has led many to ask: what is the magic formula? Nick Chong, our Head of Product Marketing, answered this question on a guest blog post for the Dell’s Founders Club. Nick is responsible for […]

How We Zoomed Past 10 Million Participants
July 22, 2014

A long, long time ago, some ancestors of ours decided it would be a splendid idea to invent language. Great! Now, we can communicate with each other and pass ideas onward! But that really wasn’t enough. We had to invent a way in which that information would outlive us and overcome the inevitability of distortion, […]

The History of Modern Communication: From Phone to Zoom
July 17, 2014

Check out our newest case study: Columbia Business School Brings Zoom to the Ivy League! This cases focuses on how Columbia Business School uses Zoom in it’s quest to create leaders of businesses, non-profits, and governments around the world. We wanted to learn how Columbia’s faculty and administration create a world-class institution that lives up […]

New Case: Columbia Business School Zooms
July 15, 2014

On Tuesday, AlwaysOn announced that Zoom is among their 2014 Global 250 Top Private Companies! These 250 winners of AlwaysOn’s most distinguished annual competition were chosen by the AlwaysOn editorial team, along with partners from venture capital firms and international corporations including Morgan Stanley, KPMG, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Andreessen Horowitz, Qualcomm, and Sequoia, as […]

Zoom Awarded a Top Global Company
July 10, 2014

Check out our newest case study: New Moms Rejoice as YUMs Yoga Teaches On Zoom! This case focuses on Alicia Tan, founder and instructor at YUMs Yoga, a virtual yoga therapy center where many women who have recently given birth practice yoga poses that will benefit their health. It provides expectant and new moms with […]

New Case Study: YUMs Yoga Teaches Yoga On Zoom
July 8, 2014

The typical startup is started by someone with an idea burrowed deep inside their noggin. This is what sets them apart from businesses. Although they both become one and the same eventually, at its nascent stage, a startup is nothing more than an idea in development. For that idea to work correctly, you need a […]

Build Your Startup With Zoom
July 3, 2014