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From the recent security and privacy concerns, are you considering or have you already started moving away from Zoom as a collaboration platform?

From the recent security and privacy concerns, are you considering or have you already started moving away from Zoom as a collaboration platform?

Top Comment: None of the above. View poll results (462 responses)

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462 responses
1 upvotes
Already moved away49%
Starting to move away22%
Considering a move away - over 1 to 3 months29%
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Anonymous Author
None of the above
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Anonymous Author
Actually never used it. We used WebEx until about 2011 then move to SKYPE and now have TEAMS since 2018 I don’t personally care for teams as a host/presenter. Very crude controls, GUI, bad surveys or poll options
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Anonymous Author
We don't want to make a decision under pressure. While there had certainly been some issues around Zoom, there is no guarantee any of the competitors does not have similar issues, which only hasn't surfaced as the whole planet is looking at the success of Zoom. We'll continue monitoring the situation carefully and will make an informed decision accordingly, but most likely only when the pandemic situation improves. 
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Anonymous Author
I personally think zoom Handled the crisis brilliantly and the product has been a top performer always with best in class voice , video quality. These days how we Teams is silently taking over and it’s an organic change rather than a planned or directed one and that’s full credit to Microsoft for making that product equal If not better now.
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Anonymous Author
Need a "none of the above" on this one.
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Anonymous Author
For some, it may be too early to tell, over the last couple days Zoom has moved pretty fast to address some of the issues https://blog.zoom.us/wordpress/2020/04/01/a-message-to-our-users/. The end to end encryption and privacy issues however may be deal breakers to continue the use of...   
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Anonymous Author
We can create those private meetings to protect us from the Zoom bombing, disable the screen sharing for all participants except the host. But the most effective solution sadly may be to just stop using Zoom. Microsoft teams has been fantastic, just need to sort out providing dial in numbers with passcodes and integrating with onsite room systems!!
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Anonymous Author
Never used it, we use TEAMS, and SKYPE   and occasionally others like WEBEX but rarely.
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Anonymous Author
We use both Meet and Zoom, but Zoom is not entirely adopted on the team. I personally like the call quality on Zoom and usability, but I prefer using Meet in general.
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