Zoom’s COO is not concerned by app bans in India, says end-to-end encryption for all by year end – Economic Times

Aparna Bawa, COO, Zoom Video Communications; courtesy of Zoom.

Video-communications platform Zoom has remained under scrutiny in some countries, including India, over privacy. In an exclusive chat with ET Prime from San Jose, COO Aparna Bawa tries to dispel security concerns, assuring geofencing around China and pointing out paid users can even choose from Zooms 17 data centres globally. India, she says, is an incredibly important market.

Nasdaq-listed Zoom Video Communications is the new sensation in virtual communication, emerging as a formidable rival to established competitors such as Ciscos Webex, Microsofts Skype and Teams, Facebooks WhatsApp, and Slack. In India, it may well go on to match the massive impact WhatsApp has made over the years.Still, the video-conferencing giant has been haunted by its China connection in many corners of the globe. Meanwhile, India has

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