A large number of individuals and organized enterprises are tactically using the “Zoom” video meeting app. It’s due to the current Corona epidemic and for there working from the home process. Besides, India has undoubtedly become the fastest growing and fifth-largest economy in the present world. At the same time due to reasonable concerns over the compromised security of the specialized service, “Zoom” is lagging behind other business competitors in India. So, as an essential part of the ambitious expansion in India “Zoom” is strategically planning to set up a technology center in Bangalore India. And official recruitment will begin soon, the incorporated company said authoritatively.
In addition, the new technology center of Zoom will work on information technology, security, and commercial activities to research and gradual development. Velchami Shankarlingam, president of Zoom’s products and engineering division, told in a virtual press conference.
Zoom Video Communications, Inc. an American communications technology company, already has an office and data center in Mumbai, India, and another modern data center in Bangalore.
Shankarlingam said thoughtfully, His company could launch more local data centers if the potential scope of outstanding service increases sufficiently. However, this tech company did not disclose future investment plans for India or how many local employees it will hire.
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Local demand has also risen sharply because of the gradual increase in the number of active workers proactively working from home in the coronavirus epidemic. However, the technology company has also been criticized for its privacy and security flaws. Zoom has recently made several upgrades to resolve the key problem.
India, like some other countries, has previously said, “Zoom is not a secure platform.“
Aparna Bawa, local Chief Operating Officer of Zoom, said,
“Zoom has been in touch with the Indian government and that is why we are optimistic.“