Along with the fame of Zoom in recent times, a few issues of privacy and security of the app are also in the news. The company is now promising to address them in the coming 90 days.
The lockdown continues due to Coronavirus and due to this epidemic, millions of employees forced to work from home. Meanwhile, the Zoom app became quite popular on social media. Lakhs of people have downloaded video conferencing app zoom in the last few days. This app remains on top on Google Play Store. But in the use of this app, some questions also raised about security, which the app makers have tried to overcome.
Along with the fame of Zoom in recent times, a few issues of privacy and security of the app are also in the news. The company is now promising to address them in the coming 90 days. In a detailed blog post, Zoom CEO Eric S. Yuan explains how the company is handling these huge growth in users on its own. Zoom had never shared the number of users before, but Yuan revealed that the company had a maximum of 10 million daily active users in December. Yuan says. “In March this year, we reached over 200 million users daily.”
It is noteworthy that this app is proving to be very useful for people working from home amidst lockdown. Because through this app 100 people can connect simultaneously through video conferencing. Meetings can b done through this. Group discussions can happen easily. Apart from professionals and educational purposes, this app is also being used to host a party like a birthday.
At the same time, this app came into controversy recently with popularity. This app accused of sharing data with Facebook. Some people say that this app shares the users’ analytical data with Facebook.
Keeping these controversies in mind, a recent blog to the CEO of the company assures users that they are committed to their privacy and security and will overcome this problem with the help of 90 days feature fix.