Zoom Video Communications

Zoom Video Communications

Zoom Video Communications provides an HD cloud video conferencing tool called Zoom Cloud HD Meetings. It offers real time collaboration tools for mobile, laptop and desktop devices including mobile start and join, recording and playback, screen sharing and single sign on.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2011
Employees
50
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