Closed Captioning Now Included With Zoom
Zoom at UCSF now offers automatic Live Transcription (closed captioning) for meetings and webinars.* The new feature uses artificial intelligence to convert spoken word into text, in re
High and Medium Vulnerabilities in Multiple Zoom Products
Zoom released a security update to address high and medium vulnerabilities in multiple Zoom products. These updates protect against a remote attacker exploiting this vulnerability to perform remote code execution, gain insight into arbitrary areas of the product's memory or crash the service or application. For a complete description of the vulnerabilities and effected systems, visit Zoom Security Bulletins.
How to Correctly Sign Into Zoom Desktop App
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High, Medium, and Low Vulnerabilities in Multiple ZOOM Products
Zoom released a security update to address High, Medium, and Low vulnerabilities in Multiple Products. These updates protect against a remote attacker exploiting this vulnerability to perform remote code execution and command injection attacks. For a complete description of the vulnerabilities and effected systems, visit Zoom Security Bulletins.
How to Schedule Zoom Meetings on MAC OS Catalina
What you need to know Catalina, Apple's newest OS for Mac, no longer supports the Zoom Outlook plugin. If you've previously used the Zoom Outlook plug-in and Outlook meeting invitations to schedule and manage Zoom meetings using a previous version of the Mac OS: You now have to schedule and manage Zoom meetings directly on the UCSF Zoom Website.
How to Have a Zoom Meeting That Is (Almost) as Good as Being There
These tips were originally developed by the UCSF Program Management Office (PMO). They have been expanded by IT.
Hosting Inclusive meetings: How to Use Live Transcription in Zoom
Come to a 30-minute informal workshop and learn about live transcription tools.
Zoom: How do I obtain a webinar or Large Meeting license?
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Collaborative Tools for Your Team
Join your colleagues, Erik Wieland (IT), John McWalter (IT), and Ben Wallen (ETS) tomorrow from 9-10am in a special webinar as part of this year's virtual UCSF Staff Resources Day.