Cisco has identified a significant security flaw in Zoom’s conncetor for Cisco and has shared it to make sure users are aware of the issue and its risks.
This year at Poly Analyst Day, the company previewed its Zoomtopia launch news by rolling out its new products and strategy to analysts worldwide.
This week collaboration and productivity darling Slack ($WORK) reported earnings for the first time since going public, it wasn’t a good day for the stock.
Slack announced a handful of new security improvements to the platform, but they lack end to end encryption, leaving them behind the curve.
Cisco acquires Voicea to drive forward their Webex porftolio. How will this acquisition enhance Webex and why is Cisco gaining momentum in collaboration.
The latest upgrades to Microsoft Teams’ collaboration platform is moving collaboration beyond the desk, and they are not alone on that front. Cisco is innovating in exciting ways, with myriad integrations and cognitive collaboration. Slack is fine-tuning and working to woo the enterprise customer. Dropbox is getting in the game—and those are just a handful of the many players in the $30 billion dollar market for workplace collaboration services.
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.