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Zoom to Enable End-to-End Encryption for Free Calls Amid Pressure

Under pressures from privacy and human rights advocates, video-conferencing service Zoom says it will make end-to-end encryption available to both paying and free-plan users on its service. Previously, the company said it would only provide its end-to-end encryption to paying...

Zoom Profits Soar in Q1 After Strong Customer Growth during Pandemic

Zoom Video Communications saw its revenue nearly tripled in its fiscal quarter to April. From $122-million a year earlier to $328-million in Q1. The company saw a massive jump in meeting participants during the month of April as worldwide...

ATCON Tasks Nigerian Government to Begin Digitizing the Economy

The Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) has charged the Federal Government to begin the digitization of the nation's economy. The association stressed the importance and crucial need for the government to map out fresh plans that would assist...

Use of Cloud Collaboration Tools Surge Across the World and So Do Attacks

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed companies to adapt to new government-mandated restrictions on workforce movement around the world. The immediate response has been a rapid adoption and integration of cloud services, particularly cloud-based tools such as Microsoft Office 365,...

Zoom Rolling Out New Security Features

Zoom is planning to roll out additional security features this week in order to prevent the highly unwelcome 'zoombombing' that has plagued the platform in recent months. This comes after the app suffered under the microscope of cybersecurity experts and...

Microsoft Teams Jumps to 75-Million Daily Active Users

Last month Microsoft said that Teams usage had grown to 44-million daily active users during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Now, The Verge is reporting that the platform's user base has jumped 70%. Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella revealed in an...

Zoom’s Security and Privacy Problems Keep Getting Worse

On Tuesday, according to an article from Motherboard, video-calling service Zoom accidentally released the personal email addresses and photos of thousands of its users. This is because the service had an issue with its "Company Directory" feature, that groups...
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Worried about your password getting leaked? How to stay safe?

A massive security breach, RockYou2024, has leaked nearly 10 billion unique passwords from decades of data breaches, potentially allowing...
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