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How to Stop a Zoombombing

How to Stop a Zoombombing

The dreaded “Zoombombing” is a risk for all Zoom meetings, even private rooms secured with a passcode and data encryption. All it takes is for the invite to wind up in the wrong hands, and suddenly you have someone screaming randomly in your work meeting — or worse.

How to Turn On Zoom’s New End-to-End Encryption

How to Turn On Zoom’s New End-to-End Encryption

A technical preview of Zoom’s end-to-end encryption (E2EE) will roll out to free and premium users in the next Windows, Mac, and Android app updates, with iOS and iPad soon to follow. Enabling Zoom’s E2EE makes video calls much more secure, but there’s a catch: Zoom’s E2EE disables several other…

How to Find Google Meet’s Best Features on Android and iOS

How to Find Google Meet’s Best Features on Android and iOS

Google Meet’s Android and iOS apps offer a streamlined version of the video chat service’s desktop interface. The basic controls are simple and should be familiar to anyone who has used a video or voice chat app on smartphones, but plenty of helpful features and settings are tucked away in…