Zoom has added 2 factor authentication into its service as an extra layer of security to prevent data and privacy breaches.
Zoom, the video call giant is adding a bunch of new features to its app which it is planning to release in the next 2 months. All these new features will enhance the experience of the virtual classroom.
The services are up for use after an hours-long issue resulting in disruption
The rollout will begin in Facebook Portal next month and in Amazon Echo Show and Google Nest Hub Max in fall this year.
The latest version 5.2 update brings new features including the ability to adjust lights, new reactions, noise cancellation and more.
Zoom video-conferencing application has gained a lot of popularity but it has encountered security issues. So, what are the alternatives to Zoom App? Although there are multiple platforms that provide video conferencing solution, a new app is making rounds on the internet. Yes, we are talking about Say Namaste application. The video conferencing app is said to be an Indian answer to Zoom. How to zoom and how to use Say Namaste?
In this video we present the top 5 alternatives of Zoom App for students and TEachers to conduct online classes.
Zoom App is being used by schools, teachers and individuals due to the ‘Work from Home’ regime because of lockdown as most of the people work/study from home via video conferencing. #Zoomapp has some major security flaws ranging from hacking into an ongoing meeting, stealing personal credentials to breaking into the users’ webcam and microphone and executing remote programs that are malicious in nature. The Ministry of Home Affairs deemed Zoom App to be not safe but issued some advisory guidelines for those who still want to use it. If you are one of these individuals, follow these top 10 security measures to keep yourself safe while using zoom app: