Zoom focuses on maintaining pole position
The popular video conferencing platform is now the primary way to conduct business meetings, says Zoom’s chief information officer, Harry Moseley. And it has plenty more tricks up its sleeve
We may all be able to fly to meetings and conferences again but increased use of video conferencing platforms during the pandemic means that few of us want to do so, according to Zoom’s chief information officer, Harry Moseley.
Speaking on the fringes of Dublin Tech Summit, Moseley, who was in charge of ensuring that Zoom stayed working even as the company recorded an unprecedented rise in users during the Covid crisis, said business travel ...