Zoom exploit caused a number of analysts to raise the alarm but it could also be seen as a net positive for the Unified Communications giant.
Early this week, news broke from security researcher, Jonathan Leitschuh he had discovered a vulnerability in Zoom that allowed unauthorized access to as many as 4 million webcams of Zoom users on Mac OS by simply getting a user to click on a link. These links are the standard (and delightfully simple) links that allow any user to easily join …
As companies are moving more infrastructure to the cloud and service offerings they should consider going to UCaaS for cost and flexibility.
Zoomtopia is the annual gathering of Zoom, their partners, and passionate user base that gives everyone a roadmap to to where the video conferencing platform is headed. Here’s why you should definitely go.
The annual InfoComm show puts unified communications at the center of their trade show and the audiovisual industry showcasing the importance of UC in AV.
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Enghouse Systems practically steals Vidyo at its $40 million purchase price. Here’s where Vidyo misstepped along the way, and why this was such a smart move on the part of Enghouse.
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Zoom’s growth should be commended, as for the simplicity that they have brought to point-to-point desktop and mobile video. But I think their next hurdle is a big one and it will lead to slowed growth and a requirement to build more 3rd party integrations, improve their hardware stack and look beyond video for their ecosystem.
Slack has a product people love to use, but is it enough? While it’s an exciting time for the company, a much-anticipated IPO, and people love a good unicorn, long term, it might not be enough. Growth is the answer, and a path to profitability.