Who will win the epic battle for online meeting hegemony? | ZDNet

  The pandemic has focused much of the remote worker experience like a laser on the lowly online meeting. Stalwarts like Cisco and HCL face intense competition from upstarts like Zoom and Slack as well as industry heavyweights Google and Microsoft. See full story of excerpts below at Source: >Who will win the epic battle … Continue reading Who will win the epic battle for online meeting hegemony? | ZDNet

Zoom is a dumpster fire. Try these two alternatives Skype or Webex for video meetings

"I am writing with the hopes of creating more awareness of some alternative tools that are available to users that present better security and a similar barrier to entry as Zoom. "Both of these platforms have been around for a decade or more and offer cross-platform capability. Not only that, they come from companies that … Continue reading Zoom is a dumpster fire. Try these two alternatives Skype or Webex for video meetings

Skype Meet Now is Microsoft’s effort to make Skype calls as easy as possible  (alternate to Zoom for groups of 50) | PCWorld

>Skype vs. Zoom: Video chat apps for working from home compared "With millions of people currently connecting via online video and chat, Skype is promoting Skype Meet Now, a free, simple way of connecting via Skype without a subscription or even a download. Announced Friday, Skype Meet Now is essentially a web-based version of Skype, … Continue reading Skype Meet Now is Microsoft’s effort to make Skype calls as easy as possible  (alternate to Zoom for groups of 50) | PCWorld

Maybe we shouldn’t use Zoom after all | TechCrunch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBKbPJmjENg Join the forum >Still using Zoom? Have you had problems? >Zoom, the video conferencing app everyone is using, faces questions over privacy >Ex-NSA hacker drops new zero-day doom for Zoom >10 Zoom alternatives for more secure, cross-platform video calls "Now that we’re all stuck at home thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, video calls have … Continue reading Maybe we shouldn’t use Zoom after all | TechCrunch