Zoom Video Communications is a company operating from San Jose, California that provides remote conferencing services using cloud computing.
Offering both meeting and webinar software, Zoom combines video conferencing, online meetings, and mobile collaboration. Yuan, graduated from the Stanford University executive program and was previously vice president of engineering at Cisco for collaboration software development.
In addition to this, the company has surpassed 1 billion total meeting minutes across its entire service lifespan.
Initially, early adopters like Walt Mossberg were concerned that Zoom's quality could suffer as more users joined the pool.
In 2012, Zoom had "only about 1,000 people using the service".
David Berman, from Web Ex, became president in November 2015.
During the first year of its release, Zoom has established partnerships with B2B collaboration software providers.
According to the organization, "When asked about the drawbacks in implementing this switch, Teitelman did not hesitate to say 'None!
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On April 2, 2013, two months after the launch of Zoom, Judy Schneider and Paul Doherty reviewed Zoom at Construction Executive's Tech Trends section.
Their choice of words to summarize their experience was "love at first byte".
The overall tone of the review was positive with little mention of caveats in the software.
This was also the first review mentioning its REST API.
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