The Zoom video conferencing app has announced a partnership with Oracle. The partnership will be followed by Oracle’s cloud for zoom video calling. Let us know that there is a constant ruckus about the privacy of the zoom app. Also, questions are being raised about using Chinese servers. In such a situation, this partnership will help in China.
On this partnership with Oracle, Zoom CEO Eric Yuan said, “We have seen rapid growth in our business in recent times.
We also looked at several other platforms but we liked Oracle’s cloud infrastructure. Oracle’s infrastructure will meet the needs of our users. ‘ The Coronavirus has caused a lockdown in many countries, due to which most people are working from home and during this time meetings are also being done online for which the zoom app is being used the most.
The number of daily active users of the Zoom app has crossed the 300 million mark. As daily active users grow, Zoom is in urgent need of additional servers. In such a situation, this partnership with Oracle will be a boon for Zoom.
On this partnership, Oracle CEO Safra Katz said, “Video communication has become an important part of our personal and professional lives today. Zoom has taken this inevitability to a new level. We are proud to work with Zoom.
Let us know that companies like Google and Tesla have banned the use of zoom app for privacy. The Government of India has also issued a warning regarding the use of zoom and issued guidelines. Just a few days ago, five million accounts of the Zoom app were hacked, whose data was being sold on the dark web at a price of a penny.