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If the consultant or the develop fails to produce an estimate, it should set the alarm bell ringing. Quotes and proposals are a great way to get the consultant on the same page as developer for added synergy

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    muhammad motamid

    about 1 month ago #

    The Zoom videoconferencing app has become a highly popular means of keeping in touch for a world increasingly in isolation during the corona virus pandemic, both for personal and professional meetings. However, in late March / early April, a number of complaints arose about Zoom’s privacy and security record, as more and more people flocked to the platform and a brighter spotlight was shined on how it worked and what data it possibly collected.
    We recently ran a roundup of some of the free videoconferencing apps available, including Zoom. Since so many questions came up about Zoom’s security, we decided to run the roundup again, this time excluding Zoom and adding other apps that you can use instead. (Be aware, however, that since this article was originally published on April 1st, Zoom has added a number of features and updates in order to address the complaints.)
    As before, it’s worth noting that while all of these have free versions, some are offering temporary access to additional features for those who are currently working from home or who want to check up on friends and relatives online.
    There are a number of apps we have not included, such as Facebook, WhatsApp, and FaceTime, that allow you to do video chats; they either require that all participants be members (Facebook, WhatsApp) or that you use a specific type of device (FaceTime, which is Apple-only). The following list includes more generalized applications that allow you to participate without having to actually register for the app (unless you’re the host).