Zoom is one of the companies that has benefited most from pandemic-fueled workplace changes, and sees that continuing post-pandemic.
Execs from Disney and Facebook have raised $4.5 million for their live video infrastructure startup, 100ms.
Encrypted communication platform Telegram has finally added group video calls, roughly a year after originally announcing plans for the feature.
Zoom has launched a $100 million fund to help stimulate and grow the app ecosystem surrounding the videoconferencing platform.
Verizon has announced further integration between Microsoft Teams and its BlueJeans videoconferencing platform.
In the battle for the videoconferencing market, Cisco has announced that WebEx will be gaining live translation for more than 100 languages.
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Zoom has reported its Q3 results, beating estimates on strong demand amid a pandemic-fueled transition to remote work.
Zoom reported its quarterly results, smashing expectations as the company’s revenue was up 355% year-over-year.
Zoom has acquired Keybase, the popular secure messaging and file-sharing provider in its ongoing attempt to improve its security.
In a surprise move, Zoom has chosen Oracle to meet its cloud infrastructure needs as the company experiences unprecedented growth.
In its ongoing efforts to beef up security, Zoom is preparing to allow hosts to report participants who misbehave.
Verizon Business has announced a definitive agreement to buy up Zoom competitor BlueJeans, as the videoconferencing market heats up.
Beginning April 18, Zoom will allow paid subscribers to choose which region their data is routed through.
In an effort to take on Zoom’s newfound popularity, Microsoft is adding “Meet Now” to Skype, making meetings easier than ever.
Zoom is taking drastic measures to improve its security and privacy amid criticism and scrutiny as it serves hundreds of millions of users.
Despite a heated rivalry, Slack has announced support for Microsoft Teams calls.
The FBI is warning of ‘Zoom-bombing,’ where videoconferencing meetings are being hijacked by unwelcome participants.
Zoom may be benefiting from unprecedented numbers of users flocking to the platform, but that newfound popularity comes with some downsides.