Google has banned the Zoom app from all employee computers over ‘security vulnerabilities’, Business Insider : technology


That article is days previous and such clickbait.

Google already required workers to make use of Hangouts/Meet for conferencing neatly ahead of this WFH “Zoom increase” of overdue.

It appears like even with outsider/gross sales calls coming in to Google workers, they weren’t to make use of Zoom/WebEx/BlueJeans/another conferencing competition. If I’m a gross sales man and I need to land a freelance with Google, you’ll be able to wager I’m the use of their most popular provider to community with them. That’s a no brainer.

This “Google close it down as it’s a safety legal responsibility” clickbait has come up a bunch recently, and is mentioned far and wide the MacAdmins Slack channels (in particular #securty and #zoom), however I’d want to pay attention it from a Google C-level or their SysAdmin/SecOps groups ahead of I purchased that.

Requiring workers to make use of the in-house answer is an obtrusive ecosystem factor. Can’t say I blame them. It’s like how Nike doesn’t need folks dressed in Adidas/and so forth on their campus.

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