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The Zoom video-conferencing service has made like its name during the coronavirus pandemic, growing wildly in popularity across the country as businesses and schools search for a way to connect while adhering to stay-at-home orders.
Malware expert Steven Sundermeier has a message: If you're working from home, you might ward off a Covid-19 infection, but you could be more susceptible to a computer virus.
From getting hacked by Zoombombers to selling software exploits in the Dark Web, Zoom, the video conferencing app, has probably seen it all over the past few weeks.
Concerns over data security, hacking spur call for alternative methods of online teaching. ‘Non-cooperation action’ will see students switching off webcams, adding protest slogans.
US schools spent a fortune on laptop computers in the early weeks of the Covid-19 shutdown, hoping to level the playing field for home learning. But teachers say the strategy has revealed something surprising: Students of all ages, including those in elite high school programs, are struggling with simple tasks like uploading a photo or creating a Word document.
During the first week that her San Diego public school was shuttered to slow the spread of the coronavirus, not one of Elise Samaniego's students logged on to her virtual classroom.
It’s still only mid-April, but Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg says that his company’s employees can expect to keep working form home until at least the end of May as part of continuing efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus.
You might think Zoom is the best choice for easy, spontaneous video group chats because it lets anyone join a chat session without an account.
Norway, one of the first European countries to begin lifting confinement measures, is launching a smartphone tracking and tracing app to try to halt a return of the deadly coronavirus.
Over time Americans will become better at managing life under lockdown, in its varying degrees of severity. But almost all the ways it is made easier will require information technology for their enforcement and manageability.