Zoom Chief Executive Officer Eric S. Yuan has announced the platform now has greater than 300 million daily customers.
According to Zoom’s blog:
In today’s “Ask Eric Anything” webinar, Zoom founder and CEO Eric S. Yuan provided more progress updates on our 90-day security plan, including exciting announcements about Zoom 5.0 and surpassing 300 million daily Zoom meeting participants.
Eric was joined by Zoom CPO Oded Gal, Zoom CTO Brendan Ittelson, Alex Stamos, who is a security adviser to Zoom, and Lea Kissner, the former Global Lead of Privacy Technology at Google, who is consulting with Zoom on privacy and encryption.
As The Verge notes, Zoom’s customer base back in December was around 10 million a day. The popularity of the platform has increased following the COVID-19 pandemic, which has seen countless workers take to remote working. Past business, Zoom has additionally established itself as a platform for meetings and also celebrations among good friends. Previously this month, Zoom reported that it had greater than 200 million individuals, which implies that it has added another 100 million in merely three weeks, a significant boost of 50%.
Zoom’s ‘Ask Eric Anything’ webinars become part of giving updates on Zoom’s 90-day protection plan. In the most recent session, Zoom directors reviewed new information transmitting controls for paid consumers, the release of Zoom 5.0 (including harder file encryption), and also much more. To conclude, Zoom mentioned:
We continue to be very appreciative of all of our customers’ support in our journey to a more secure Zoom platform. It makes us very proud to know that more than 300 million people around the world are using Zoom during this challenging time.