Our new normal has made most of us regular users of video online meeting software. Just a few months ago, this technology was a novelty that we resorted to when travel plans went awry. Now it has gained a foothold in our business lives that makes it almost as common as a phone call. Zoom, just one of the companies that provides video conferencing, went from 10 million daily users in December to 200 million in March.
Most of these programs allow easy recording and sharing of the videos, creating an innovative tool for bringing others in on the conversation. But this function also raises a host of potential confidentiality, discovery and security issues.
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