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Zoom is being used across our organization. Our primary reason for going with Zoom at the time was to replace an unreliable audio-only conferencing solution. Since then video adoption has increased, and we are slowly adding Zoom Rooms into the mix as well. It has been well received by our execs and end-users.
  • Zoom is easy to set up.
  • Zoom works on any platform or device our users may have.
  • Zoom is highly reliable.
  • We would like 4K video as an option.
  • Better interoperability with other video conferencing solutions. Some WebEx invites, for example, won't work with CRC if they don't contain the correct information in the invite to trigger it.
Zoom works well for anyone looking for easy seamless communication, whether it's audio only or video, with anyone anywhere. It will eliminate travel costs and can pay for itself for most companies just in those savings.
The "Wow" factor for the Zoom Rooms we have implemented has been great.
It has made some of our lesser-used meeting spaces more attractive, and they are getting more use.
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Currently, I am a job applicant for a number of higher education positions. To date, I have been interviewed via video conferencing with Skype, MS VC platforms, GoToMeeting, and Zoom.
From my experiences thus far, Zoom has been the most rewarding platform for me and the job interviewers. The technology was reliable and high quality.
  • Video Conferencing.
  • Chat Room.
  • Connect with multiple interviewers.
  • More applications for higher education with a focus on "best practices."
  • Sharing "best practices" of how Zoom is integrated with LMS that different institutions use.
  • The capability of colleagues in remote places to review, edit, and provide "draft" feedback to the author of a report/document.
Ideally, Zoom can be used effectively to meet, communicate, and elicit feedback and advice from colleagues that are geographically distant and part of the state higher education system. Instead of traveling to meetings all around a state, Zoom can be used to develop relationships, strengthen ties, and build trust with colleagues in remote locations. The human interaction and rapport that Zoom can provide to team members are invaluable, especially with regard to producing high-quality programs, reports, and work systems for the ultimate benefit of students, program partners, and employers served.
I am a relatively new Zoom advocate/user, but in a year or so I will know much more.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We use Zoom daily for communications between our remote sales offices and HQ, as well as for customer meetings and demos. The "it just works" aspect of getting into a Zoom meeting allows us to focus solely on our interoffice and customer interactions, without having to spend time at the beginning of the call solving technical issues around people trying to get in that we've experienced on other platforms.
  • Zoom connects from any device (smartphone, room system, laptop).
  • Very user-friendly.
  • We don't really have anything on this front. With the recent introduction of Zoom voice, all needs are well met on the platform.
Zoom is well suited for any and all remote communication needs.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We've deployed Zoom globally throughout all offices and all departments. We use meetings regularly and at all departments, as there's lots of collaboration between offices located overseas. We also use Zoom for all-hands meetings, seminars, and events. For events, we integrate Zoom with AV equipment such as Wirecast, Blackmagic capture cards, and Shure mics.
  • Video quality: Zoom can keep a stable connection and a seamless video motion throughout entire meetings. Sometimes there will be macroblocks and noticeable compression artifacts, even though our network is top-notch.
  • Audio quality: audio is clear and evenly distributed.
  • It's simple and fast to join meetings.
  • Zoom needs massive improvement in content sharing for video. We get very noticeable lag and delays when sending content through wifi, while Airplay using an AppleTV works with imperceptible lag.
  • IMPORTANT!!! -> Zoom has great documentation online, but it's not concise and organized in a way that we can navigate. It's particularly hard to google for documents, as "Zoom" is way too common a word. This has caused major headaches in the past.
  • Zoom could improve in video switching, implementing cutting functions, and the insertion of graphics and lower thirds. This would be particularly useful for events.
  • I would also love support for NDI (Ip cameras).
Zoom is well suited for collaboration with overseas offices, business meetings and, up to a point, live events. As I've mentioned, many functions should be added to the tool in order for it to be properly considered a solution for live events and all-hands meetings. We struggle to integrate it into AV solutions sometimes.
Zoom Rooms are very easy to use, as the tablet provides great and easy UX for non-tech users. We like that it's hardware agnostic, meaning we can go with any brand of equipment we'd prefer. We would love for it to improve on VIDEO CONTENT SHARING, though, as so far it's very lacking. Airplay sharing support is also erratic, as it works great over AppleTV but is terrible over Zoom
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October 17, 2019

Zoom At its best

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It’s used by the whole organization. All of the meetings in the company are done over Zoom. Even when there are no remote participants, we use Zoom for recording.
Zoom helps us connect our global workforce. We have many remote employees from all levels of the organization, including C level and VPS. Zoom helps connect all of them and allows for great collaboration.
  • Video and audio meetings.
  • Screenshare.
  • White boarding for engineering meetings.
  • Digital signage displays independent of Zoom Room.
  • Trunk SIP for Avaya PBX.
Zoom is at its best in any company that encourages the collaboration of remote employees. It’s truly a tool for a global organization.
The only scenarios where Zoom is less appropriate that come to mind right now are financial sectors, due to strict compliance requirements. Also, maybe the medical industry for the same reasons as the financial industry
Zoom Rooms have been a huge success in our organization. Adoption rates and the number of meetings have been growing year over year since we switched to Zoom.
Additionally, digital signage as a value add on has been a cherry on top.
I’m also excited for all the hardware partnerships that Zoom is doing. It will make Zoom adoption even easier
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Score 10 out of 10
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We are in the process of deploying Zoom to the entire organization.
  • It's easy to join meetings.
  • There are numerous ways to connect to meetings.
  • It has a large feature offering.
  • There's a lack of chat archiving functionality.
We use Zoom multiple times a day for various meetings and webinars. We have replaced 11 different conferencing platforms with Zoom.
We have deployed almost 50 Zoom Rooms so far and are getting comments that the rooms are much easier to use.
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Zoom is used across our organization in North America and two other countries.
Adoption has been phenomenal and the combination of Zoom and Zoom Rooms has been a win for our organization.
Zoom Phone has been adopted by our IT professionals and has allowed us to have robust telephony without the usual hardware, licensing and maintenance that usually comes along for the ride.
  • Collaboration.
  • Ease of Use.
  • It just works.
  • Difficulty with confidence settings when using Zoom and PP. This could be user error.
Well suited from anything from one on one meetings to webinars. Whether its using your mobile device, desktop or a Zoom Room, the experience is stellar and the reliability in the solution has empowered us to work remotely when required.
Walk-in, press start, be productive. Zoom Rooms are an essential part of the Zoom experience and allow our users to wirelessly share content, easily join meetings and have reliable and engaging meetings. Adoption has been great.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We have several hundred users at our company that use Zoom meetings daily. We have several offices globally and across the U.S., and it's a great tool to help us communicate, collaborate, and stay connected across offices. Zoom is highly looked upon for its reliability and ease of use, and our users love it!
  • High reliability: meetings almost never have issues.
  • High quality: video and audio quality are always great.
  • It would be great if Zoom users could easily join Google Meet/Hangouts meetings, or vice versa.
Zoom is wonderful for video chatting. If you don't need to hold meetings with remote users, then it's not for you.
We love Zoom Rooms and the fact that our Mac and Windows users can both share to a Zoom Room.
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Score 10 out of 10
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It is used among the entire institution. Zoom helps with a lot of different areas in our institution. We use it for student interviews, student group study sessions, and everyday meetings among different campuses across Texas, among other uses. It helps us connect different campuses to have the same experience for students from one campus to another. Faculty take turns teaching the students from different areas of the state, and it makes it easy for those campuses that do not have our Polycom service.
  • Video: video is crystal clear and it allows that face to face interaction.
  • Easiness of use: Faculty have an easy time using Zoom for many different things, not just for meetings.
  • The uptime: The reliability is insane. If there is a problem, the Zoom team addresses it immediately
  • The ability to send documents across chat would be amazing.
I believe that Zoom is well suited for EVERYTHING. I cannot see a place where this tool would not be a great idea. The ROI is very good, especially if you have some other conferencing tool in place.
We use it for digital signage at the moment.
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October 17, 2019

Zoom Review

Score 8 out of 10
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We used it as the primary VC tool across the whole company.
  • Ease of use, usability.
  • Overall quality.
  • Accessible across a wide range of devices.
  • Statistics on the admin portal.
  • Integration with Cisco Endpoint is not straightforward.
Zoom is good for mobile users and road warriors.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Zoom is being used as an alternative/replacement of our current external self-service video conferencing solution. This will touch every business line, but only for external meetings. Our current video conferencing tool will continue to be used for internal communications/conferencing.
  • Ease of use - easily deploys to our end-users with minimal documentation on how to use it.
  • UI - the user interface is easy for our end-users to leverage.
  • Messaging archiving - we need the ability to archive all messages and while we haven't been able to deploy messaging yet when we do we will need a scalable solution for archiving.
  • VDI support - we are running into issues optimizing our virtual workforce.
Very well suited to connect to our external clients and/or vendors. Our current platform requires up front testing and troubleshooting prior to starting the meeting. Zoom has been deployed without the need for our clients to do much (if anything) prior to the call.
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Score 10 out of 10
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As a communications and collaboration service provider, Zoom is not merely a service we resell but use extensively for our own internal communications. It makes meetings and collaboration easier and easier with every iteration. As a Zoom partner, its value is easy to articulate and show our clients.
  • Hosting/Joining meetings is a piece of cake -- both for users and first-time participants who have never used it before.
  • Room systems (Zoom Rooms) are affordable and increasingly so which lowers the barrier to entry for our clients. Their partnerships with hardware manufacturers are indicative of their commitment to not only ensure end-to-end quality of communication but to simply both deployments and support.
  • They listen to their users. Seriously. They do not give lip service to that.
  • They do not stagnate. Not ever.
  • I'd like to see greater notifications of and information about of upcoming beta features that I see in the product but don't see that additional information about.
  • As a partner/reseller, I'd like to have a tighter, more cohesive level of communication and support in those specific endeavors.
Honestly, Zoom is increasingly suited for any level of video communication and collaboration and, with Zoom Phone, standard phone calling. It's applicable in environments where Video, Chat, Screen Sharing and the meetings that encompass them are the core needs and phones are simply part of that overall communication.
Zooms Rooms for us has been helpful when our small team at HQ meets with extended remote staff. Just as importantly, however, is when we consult with our clients and take them on that journey from either having no A/V room system or a legacy system to a Zoom Room and see the look on their faces when they realize what and how they can do now that they could not do (or do easily) before. This is one of the best parts of the work we do.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We use it across the entire organization. It adds to the ease of use by our faculty and staff for WC.
  • Zoom Rooms for Touch is really easy for users to adapt to.
  • The ease of the UI makes for quick set up for meetings.
  • Connectivity across wifi is always consistent.
  • Interactivity with outside platforms, even in a dedicated Zoom environment.
  • More hardware manufactures making Zoom Room specific products.
It is well suited for meetings, whether in a conference room or connected remotely, for a proAV built room or a small huddle room space.
It's great for interactive touch integration.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We use it across the whole organization. It has proved to be very helpful as a communication tool in an increasingly global company.
  • Audio quality.
  • Conferencing with external partners.
  • Integration with Gmail and conference rooms.
  • Ease of use.
  • Additions: it should be standard for all Zoom meetings to have the functionality to call a phone directly.
  • Video quality.
Zoom is very well-suited for international communication and web conferencing. It's less appropriate for video calls, as the quality is not strong.
It's greatly increased our ease of video conferencing.
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We have 16 campus locations all over the state, and we use Zoom do deliver lectures across them all in addition to all our administrative meetings, faculty meetings, and student governance. We use Zoom to stream events and record lectures to deliver educational content to sites that are separated by vast distances and some that are geographically remote. We went from a full H.323 dependent system to Zoom in 3 months. The number of video conferences that occur has quadrupled.
  • Cloud recording is fantastic; faculty no longer have to move files for students to be able to view them. Also, recording at the drop of a hat allows classes to be recorded mid-lecture should we experience any network issues at remote sites.
  • Integration with Google (we are a Google apps for higher ed institution) allowed a near seamless use of Zoom with tools our faculty and staff were already used to.
  • Ease of use....the training required to get our faculty and staff using Zoom was minimal.
  • 323 and SIP integration was a little hard. We came from a scheduled service with automatic dial out and it was a shock to move to a dial-in system.
  • Getting a pricing structure for different features could prove difficult (such as adding webinars or phones).
IT JUST WORKS. We purchased Zoom at the end of May and it had to be up and running for the fall semester in August. Three months to roll out a totally new service to 16 remote campus sites (many of which can only be reached by plane and have limited bandwidth) seemed impossible, and we had a backup plan to keep our existing service running. We found we didn't need it. Some of our faculty still use our old method for this semester, but we will be a total Zoom shop by January. 95% of our video conferences had moved to Zoom by the end of August and my users are very happy.
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Zoom was implemented 1 year ago at Depaul University. It is used by over 2500 staff and faculty. We have 14 Zoom Rooms with 10 more on the horizon. We are currently working on putting Zoom in the classroom. This allows the faculty to bring in guest lecturers. Our foreign language department uses it to connect students with other students across the world.
  • Zoom Rooms are incredibly easy to use.
  • Zoom Rooms are incredibly easy to implement.
  • The Zoom Desktop Client is easy to use.
  • We would like to see chat enabled from a Zoom Room.
  • We would like to see breakout rooms enabled from a Zoom Room.
  • I like to see innovative features on a touch screen.
It's great in the classroom, and connects the students to opportunities that are otherwise unavailable.
We love Zoom Rooms. It's so easy to use. We enabled 4 rooms without leaving instructions, and didn't get a single call on how to use it.
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Zoom is used for collaboration for both local meetings and across our remote offices. It is used heavily across the organization; recruiting, sales, operations, engineering, and our executive leadership rely on Zoom daily to conduct business, collaborate on projects, and more. We recently opened two new offices in other parts of the country, and it has been extremely helpful in bridging the distance gap to allow us to continue to get things done.
  • It's easy to manage from the Zoom Web Portal. It doesn't take long to get up to speed and feel comfortable administering it.
  • Extremely reliable. Zoom just works, as the tagline says. It is the most reliable web conferencing platform I've ever used.
  • Zoom Rooms are a great conference room experience. It enables us to turn any sized room into a collaborative space.
  • With the variety of supported devices, there is some lack of feature parity. I have learned this the hard way with some of the choices I've made. The differences between these platforms could be made more clear.
  • Some of the coolest features -- like Digital Signage -- are in need of love and improvements. These are really the types of things that unlock the full value of being a Zoom Room customer.
  • Higher quality video and screen sharing is a must! 1080p at least!
If you have any remote offices, or if you have any conference rooms that need to be collaborative spaces, Zoom Rooms are a must. They enhance the Zoom product by a significant margin and will really ensure that your users turn on the video and use the tools. Remote employees and WFH employees will feel like they are right there with the rest of their team.
As previously mentioned, all of our conference rooms are now Zoom Rooms. This has been critical for decluttering our rooms by enabling wireless sharing, and for empowering users to cross-collaborate with remote offices and participants.
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October 16, 2019

Love It...Won't Leave It

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We are a small organization, but were struggling to use video conferencing for interviews, meetings, etc. Other products were frustrating to use and time consuming. Once we found Zoom we never looked back. It is easy to set up and users like how simple it is to use. We also have a remote location that needs to join us for weekly meetings.
  • Join before host; users don't have to wait for the host to be online.
  • The Outlook Add-in makes scheduling meetings really simple.
  • Zoom is so much easier to use than other products.
  • More straightforward ways to select who shows up on the screen.
  • Joining with other meeting invites by the touch of a button.
I don't feel that Zoom is appropriate in old spaces with poor acoustics. You wouldn't want users to think that Zoom is a back product because of the surroundings. Zoom is excellent for meetings with a few people or an entire room. With the different hardware that you can use to set up a Zoom Room, you are not roped in to certain brand.
We have saved a large amount of capital by being able to set up Zoom Rooms with non-proprietary equipment. We get to choose what we purchase; Zoom doesn't make us buy anything special. They have recommendations, but it is not mandatory.
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Score 10 out of 10
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My company is transitioning away from Polycom proprietary equipment to Zoom Rooms. The user experience is extremely simple compared to traditional video conferencing. The one-touch join via Outlook/Exchange integration removes all excuses for user error. I have also been able to set up Zoom Rooms locally for final installation internationally, as well as help other international offices setup Zoom Rooms from scratch.
  • One-Touch calendar integration
  • Content Sharing in meetings
  • Multiple-device experience
  • Digital Signage is lacking granular time control. Custom playlists are available by calendar day
The ability to dial anyone in the company from a Zoom Room is really convenient.
Zoom Rooms provides a very user friendly experience.
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Zoom is used across our entire organization as a means of scheduling meetings (either in advance or on the fly). It eliminates the need for international calling and allows users to easily share information.
  • Aligns users to talk, share screens, send data on a single platform
  • Easy to use
  • More could be done with user training on how to get the most out of the program
Well suited for joining users from different countries -- avoids the need for international calling.
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We currently use Zoom for our weekly meetings. It helps us be on track with some of our colleagues that are in different states in the country. We also use Zoom to communicate with our clients and in some cases do some service support with them - so that is great! Zoom Rooms are fantastic to start a conversation with great video quality and audio. Zoom Webinars have been really useful in order to talk to our clients. They are easy to use and cloud recording helps us keep a history of every webinar for future clients.
  • Easy to use
  • They have a lot of documentation if you have a problem. Great team
  • Being able to use one platform to chat and communicate with video is great
  • More info on how to save webinars and edit them
  • When they announce new products, they should have them offered in Spanish on day one
  • It would be great to edit all the pictures of our Zoom team profiles all at once
Zoom is really useful for conference rooms. Instead of spending a lot of money on hardware, when you use Zoom Rooms you are not worried that the hardware will become old. It is easy to connect and implement.
Zoom Rooms are fantastic and easy to use. We use it with MXW from Shure and a P300 from Shure. Audio quality is great and it really easy to use. We stopped using another brand to show the video from our computer. We even stop using HDMI or VGA cables. Our conference tables look cleaner and ready to work with the team. We are implementing a new Zoom Room this month and looking to have 2 more. It is easy and fast to do.
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Zoom is being used across the whole organization. It is our sole way we conduct meetings -- onsite and offsite.
  • Simplicity- Users of all tech levels quickly and easily use Zoom.
  • Mobility - Ease of use on mobile devices.
  • Portability - Mobile Zoom Rooms on cards. I'm able to quickly spin up a meeting on short notice.
  • Zoom screen share - more features/capabilities like TeamViewer, perhaps.
Zoom is well suited basically anywhere, however, it's probably best to not use Zoom while driving.
Really easy and quick to set up - both for end-users and our IT Department.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We hold probably 20+ meetings a day using Zoom. Many of them are 1 on 1 meetings and many of the far-end people have almost no technical background or experience.
  • Zoom is a great tool to use with non-technical people.
  • The quality of the picture and reliability are the major reasons why we use this tool.
  • Being cloud-based increases our level of success daily!
  • Even though it is pretty simple to use, reducing click on the far end would be a big win.
  • Being able to “manage” a meeting without having to join it would be huge! By manage I mean being able to reconnect someone who dropped from the call, adjust the layout, mute/unmute anyone, force all mute except for designated originator, etc...
Zoom is good to use when collaborating with multiple locations around the world with various bandwidth connections.
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We are using Zoom to provide distance education learning and in department meetings. We also use it to do webinars with participants from multiple off-site locations. It allows us to bring the educational context and content to our non-traditional students. Since we are a visual-based university (using sign language as the primary communication method), using Zoom allows us to view all signing participants at the same time.
  • Multiple video sources.
  • The ability to start a meeting from the meeting invite.
  • Recording the meeting or course sessions.
  • Time to set up the video boxes to our preferences sometimes take longer than desired. Does not remember my last session's settings or preferred settings.
  • Switching between shared desktop and users' videos - to pin it or not to. If one is pinned, we can't see others.
  • Inability to freely expand the video boxes - it has only three settings - full screen, medium, or small size - I can't freely stretch the video size to our preference.
Perfect for offering distance education courses with recording capability. It's also good for team meetings so if someone missed the meeting, they can watch the recorded session.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Zoom is used as our primary web conferencing provider on Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android and Linux endpoints in addition to being used in our conference rooms. Zoom allows us to conduct meetings with our global workforce in a secure and reliable manner that is also intuitive and easy to use. This helps foster collaboration while decreasing travel costs.
  • The Zoom Meetings experience on the iOS and Mobile endpoints are exceptional while also resilient to poor WiFi or LTE connections.
  • With Zoom Meetings our users are able to effectively share streaming video with the audience, which is something we were not able to provide with our previous solution.
  • The monitoring and reporting capabilities of Zoom allow us to be responsive to identifying issues that are present across the endpoints.
  • The Zoom persistent chat capabilities are limited when compared to those in Slack and MS Teams, primarily speaking to the ability to have a threaded conversation and provide multiple emoji type reactions. Both of these are roadmap items that will be available in late 2019 or 2020.
  • The Zoom Meetings web client doesn't appear to be as robust as some of its competitors.
  • The collaboration capabilities of Zoom lag behind those provided by Slack and Microsoft Teams. This presents a challenge as one of those two services are generally implemented in organizations.
Great meetings and webinar experience, however, the Zoom Phone and Rooms capabilities need to mature in order to be considered as the primary solution in those areas. For example, Zoom Phone needs to be available in a broader range of countries for a global organization to adopt it as their primary PSTN/VoIP solution.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

High quality audio (578)
8.9
High quality video (580)
9.0
Low bandwidth requirements (512)
8.0
Mobile support (1)
7
Desktop sharing (574)
9.3
Whiteboards (361)
8.4
Calendar integration (510)
8.6
Meeting initiation (564)
8.9
Integrates with social media (220)
7.7
Record meetings / events (537)
9.0
Slideshows (380)
8.9
Live chat (480)
8.7
Audience polling (294)
8.4
Q&A (332)
8.4
User authentication (405)
8.8
Participant roles & permissions (454)
8.7
Confidential attendee list (316)
8.6

About Zoom

Zoom
Zoom is a popular online meeting and video conferencing platform known for its webinar capabilities for live virtual events and broadcasting. It features HD video and audio, collaboration tools, chat functionality, and an enterprise cloud phone system.

In addition to the above features, Zoom also offers:

Zoom Video Webinar
Zoom offers a Video Webinar option supporting unlimited audiences viewing live with presentation engagement tools like group chat, dual screen support, live broadcasting to YouTube or other platforms, polling, and other features supporting streaming webinars and virtual events.

Zoom Rooms
Zoom offers hardware and software bundles for businesses looking to streamline their web conferencing services.

Zoom Phone
With Zoom Phone, users can bundle their voice, video, voicemail, messaging, meetings, and conferencing through one application. It can carry out calls over cellular voice, cellular data, or WiFi connections and is supported on Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android devices.


Zoom Features

Performance & Compatibility of Online Events Software Features
Has featureHigh quality audio
Has featureHigh quality video
Has featureLow bandwidth requirements
Has featureChrome compatible
Has featureFirefox compatible
Has featureSafari compatible
Has featureIE compatible
Has featureAvailable for Linux
Has featureAvailable for OS X
Has featureAvailable for Windows
Does not have featureMobile support
Screen Sharing Features
Has featureDesktop sharing
Has featureDocument/File sharing
Has featureApplication sharing
Has featureWhiteboards
Online Meetings / Events Features
Has featureScheduling
Has featureCalendar integration
Has featureMeeting initiation
Has featureEnd meetings
Has featureIntegrates with social media
Has featureRecord meetings / events
Has featureDial-in attendance
Has featureOnline attendance
Has featureMute
Has featureSlideshows
Has featureMedia
Has featureInternational calling
Has featureMultiple webcam streams
Online Events Collaboration Features
Has featureLive chat
Has featureAudience polling
Has featureQ&A
Has featureMeeting space storage
Has featureAnnotation
Has featureRemote support features
Online Events Security Features
Has featureUser authentication
Has featureParticipant roles & permissions
Has featureParticipant list
Has featureConfidential attendee list
Has featureSecure file sharing
Additional Features
Has featureMobile Screen Sharing
Has featureVideo Breakout Rooms
Has featureScreen share video with audio

Zoom Video

Zoom Product Overview Video -- Zoom is revolutionizing the ways teams collaborate. Whether you're connecting multiple conference rooms or adding remote attendees. Meeting face-to-face is as simple as a single touch.

Zoom Integrations

Slack, Salesforce.com, Marketo, Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, Pardot, Zapier, Skype for Business (formerly Lync), Microsoft One Drive, Microsoft Outlook, Google Calendar, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, LTI Canvas, LTI Blackboard, LTI Moodle, LTI Desire2Learn, Kubi

Zoom Competitors

Pricing

Does not have featureFree Trial Available?No
Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
Entry-level set up fee?No
On-premise EditionPricing DetailsTerms
Virtual H.323/SIP Room Connector49/month
Business19.99/month
SaaS EditionPricing DetailsTerms
Basic$0
Pro14.99/month
Business19.99/month
Zoom Room Conference Room49/month
Webinar54.99/month

Zoom Support Options

 Free VersionPaid Version
Live Chat
Email
FAQ/Knowledgebase
Social Media
Video Tutorials / Webinar
Phone

Zoom Technical Details

Deployment Types:On-premise, SaaS
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux, Mac
Mobile Application:Apple iOS, Android, Blackberry, Mobile Web
Supported Countries:North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia
Supported Languages: English