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Zoom is a well-designed and suddenly extremely popular video conferencing system. With it, you can quickly set up a face-to-face video conference with a number of people located around the globe. For the time being, it is also free and thus perfect for our new stay-at-home lifestyle. Unfortunately, some online vandals have begun the practice of zoombombing — crashing a zoom conference and displaying highly objectionable material.
Join Rich Malloy in this one-hour session and you will learn how to set up a zoom conference, limit the attendees, and keep control of the proceedings. Users of all types of desktop and mobile equipment are welcome.
Rich Malloy, M.B.A., works as a computer consultant based in Greenwich, CT. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Norwalk Community College, where he teaches computer applications. Previously Rich served as Executive Editor of Byte magazine and Editor in Chief of Mobile Computing magazine.