Zoom users taking steps to reduce risk to data

WORKS FOR HIM: Jonathan Brice, superintendent of the Bristol-Warren Regional School District, says the district has had a positive experience with the Zoom platform and one of the reasons the district adopted it was because its initial offerings were more user-friendly than other platforms. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Disruptive and offensive as they may be, so-called “Zoom bombings” are the least of your worries when it comes to using the videoconferencing software. Once a little-known videotelephony and online chat service, Zoom Video Communications Inc. has become a household name since the onset of COVID-19, used by companies, school districts, government bodies and groups…

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