‘Zoom is fine, but it can’t match being back in the office’ | Business

Temperature checks at reception, spaced-out desks, contactless coffee dispensers and plastic lift-button prodders. Welcome back to work – in an anti-Covid-19 office. These features, which would have been deemed eccentric and invasive in January, are some of the measures being deployed for returning employees by one of the UK’s biggest Continue Reading

Samsung Galaxy Note20 launch: 5x zoom and Xbox gaming | Technology

Samsung has launched its latest attempt to woo premium smartphone buyers with its Galaxy Note20 series of stylus-equipped phablets with Xbox gaming. The South Korean manufacturer will hope that the revamped Note, which aims to be more than just a phone with “PC power” aided by its partnership with Microsoft, Continue Reading

The Guardian view on empty offices: goodbye to all that? | Editorial- Tempemail

The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating a digitally driven trend that was already in train. We need to plan for the downsides In The Good Life, a much-loved 1970s sitcom, one of the main characters would regularly arrive home from work cursing the trials and tribulations of the daily commute. Jerry Continue Reading

‘After Boris Johnson’s Zoom call, all hell broke loose’: inside the world’s favourite video app | Technology

On 6 January, a day after the World Heath Organization first reported a strange cluster of pneumonia-like cases in Wuhan, China, a party invitation dropped online. “Mark your calendars”, read the invite sent out by Zoom, a video-conferencing company based in California, “for Zoomtopia 2020!” Innocently enough, Zoom was announcing Continue Reading

Zoom Bug Allowed Snoopers Crack Private Meeting Passwords in Minutes – Tempemail

Popular video conferencing app Zoom recently fixed a new security flaw that could have allowed potential attackers to crack the numeric passcode used to secure private meetings on the platform and snoop on participants. Zoom meetings are by default protected by a six-digit numeric password, but according to Tom Anthony, Continue Reading

A New Flaw In Zoom Could Have Let Fraudsters Mimic Organisations – Tempemail

In a report shared with The Hacker News, researchers at cybersecurity firm CheckPoint today disclosed details of a minor but easy-to-exploit flaw they reported in Zoom, the highly popular and widely used video conferencing software. The latest Zoom flaw could have allowed attackers mimic an organization, tricking its employees or Continue Reading

Unpatched Critical Flaw Disclosed in Zoom Software for Windows 7 – Tempemail

A zero-day vulnerability has been discovered in Zoom video conferencing software for Windows that could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on a victim’s computer running Microsoft Windows 7 or older. By the way, if someone is still using Windows 7, they deserve to get hacked, including many organizations Continue Reading

Zoom rolls out hardware subscription service – Hardware- Tempemail

Zoom Video Communications launched a hardware subscription service, seeking to make its teleconferencing app more accessible to users by allowing them to choose subscription options for phones and meeting rooms. The plans for Zoom Phone have been priced between US$5.99 and US$60 per month, based on the device users opt for, Continue Reading

Zoom taps former Salesforce executive as CISO – Security- Tempemail

Zoom Video Communications has named former Salesforce security executive Jason Lee as its chief information security officer. Lee will assume the role from June 29, the company said in a statement. Most recently, Lee was senior vice president of security operations at Salesforce, and has also held other security roles Continue Reading