Google Bans Zoom’s Desktop Client From Running on Employee Computers

Google is joining the growing number of organizations who’ve decided to stop using Zoom due to the security concerns with the video conferencing service.

The new restriction was emailed out to Google employees who have the Zoom desktop client installed on their corporate laptops, according to BuzzFeed, which was first to report the news. Google’s IT staff has now disabled the product from functioning on the same computers.


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