Zoom Web Conferencing

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Important Security Bulletin

There are reports both internally at UCSF and in the media of increased attempts to interrupt Zoom meetings for nefarious purposes. UCSF IT is in direct contact with Zoom regarding reported privacy and security issues so we have solid facts and can take informed action. We are deploying the latest software updates and reviewing our enterprise Zoom settings to ensure we continue to provide a HIPAA compliant service that is highly usable. Read more on our Recommended Security Settings for Zoom page.

What is Zoom?

Zoom is a simple, all-in-one solution that lets you meet across desktops, mobile devices, and conference rooms. Zoom is free to UCSF faculty, staff and students, and the UCSF Zoom instance is approved for use with restricted data.

Get Started

Sign in to create an account and start using Zoom.

Using Zoom as an Audio Bridge

Please review Zoom's instructions for Getting started with Personal Audio Conference.

Conference Room System

Zoom can be connected to by Video Conferencing Units using the room connector feature. Please contact the IT Service Desk online or by phone 415.514.4100 for more information. If you are using classroom spaces contact Educational Technology Services.

Has your account been disabled?

Have you logged into Zoom, or have attempted to host a meeting and received a 1003 error stating that your account has been disabled? It is UCSF IT policy is to deactivate accounts that have not hosted a meeting within the past 90 days. If you would like to re-enable your account, please contact the IT Service Desk online or by phone 415.514.4100.

Get IT Help

Contact the Service Desk online or by phone 415.514.4100.