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- Add 4 Stocks to Watchlist as Enterprise Communication Peps Up
Here we discuss four companies stirring up competition in enterprise communication space, with recent efforts to enhance their video conferencing
platforms amid work-from-home push.
Zacks. Thursday, 9 Jul 2020.
- New Microsoft Teams update: Together Mode, Teams smart displays, and more
With so many video conferencing
services constantly rolling out new features and settings, it's hard to keep up and avoid feeling fatigued. Nevertheless,
Pocket Lint. Wednesday, 8 Jul 2020.
- Confirmed: Google Meet to get virtual backgrounds, mass participant views, breakout rooms
Google is running hard to catch-up with Zoom in the new normal of video conferencing
and has now confirmed a number of features that will be coming to
Pocket Lint. Monday, 29 Jun 2020.
- 5 Red Hot Stocks in the Top ETF of 1H
Cloud computing has encouraged video conferencing, gaming, e-commerce, remote project collaboration, online classes and several other programs.
Zacks. Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020.
- UPDATE 1-Zoom to offer end-to-end encryption for all users, trial to begin in July
Zoom Video Communications Inc is planning to offer all its free and paying users end-to-end encryption for video calls and will launch a trial version in July, the video conferencing
provider said on Wednesday.
Reuters. Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020.
- Cisco debuts expanded security capabilities, new integrations for Webex
Like many other video conferencing
and collaboration tools, Webex has seen a spike in usage driven by the COVID-19 pandemic.
ZDNet. Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020.
- BlueJeans announces stronger encryption for video meetings
software platform bought by Verizon in April announced a series of new security features that aim to bolster meeting security.
ZDNet. Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020.
- China Has Way Too Much Power Over Zoom. These Activists Learned the Hard Way.
Zoom confirmed Wednesday evening that the video conferencing
company removed a U.S.-based account after it commemorated the Tiananmen Square Massacre.
Yahoo. Saturday, 13 Jun 2020.
- UK animal shelter uses video calls to find new homes for dogs during pandemic
John Waters and his wife Lois are delighted that they have been able to overcome the restrictions of Britain's coronavirus lockdown and adopt a new pet with the help of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in London and some videoconferencing
Reuters. Thursday, 11 Jun 2020.
- Zoom shut down U.S. activists' account after Tiananmen commemoration, citing Chinese law
Zoom, the videoconferencing
technology company, says it has reactivated the account of U.S.-based activists who hosted an event commemorating the 1990 Tiananmen Square massacre.
Los Angeles Times. Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020.
- These Zoom and Google Meet Backgrounds Will Upgrade Your Calls
better with a little help from some backgrounds.
Entrepreneur. Thursday, 4 Jun 2020.
- The ZOOM boom: Video conferencing giant's shares up 200% this year.
The New York-listed firm's latest quarterly results show it has 265,400 business customers with at least ten employees, nearly four times the number it had one year ago.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 4 Jun 2020.
- Collin County Courthouse Holds First US Jury Trial via Videoconferencing
The potential jurors popped onto the screen one by one. They confirmed their names and told the judge how they were connecting to the court: on laptops, tablets and iPhones.
NBC. Friday, May 22 2020.
- Work-from-home won't replace company offices, argues CEO whose tenants include Google and Snap
"The ability to mentor younger employees" and develop company culture are "very difficult to do" over videoconferencing, Boston Properties CEO Owen Thomas told CNBC on Thursday.
CNBC. Thursday, 21 May 2020.
- Inmate sentenced to death through popular Zoom app
A court's use of the video conferencing
application in the midst of coronavirus has already gotten flack from a human rights' group.
ABC News. Wednesday, 20 May 2020.
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