Last night, Zoom experienced a global outrage as users complained of a problem to join or start a meeting. Soon after the video conferencing platform acknowledged the issue and noted, there were reports of users being unable unable to visit the zoom website and unable to start and join meetings and webinars.
The team mentioned that we are currently investigating and will provide updates as we have them. The zoom team took a few hours to fix the issue, at around 10:10 PDT zoom restored its services. The company said, ‘we have resolved the problem caused to the users of not able to join or start meetings and also unable to manage aspects of their account on the Zoom website’.
The video conferencing platform has now released a new update as well, users can head over to their respective app stores and connect device to a stable WiFi network to install the update. Eric S Yuan founder and CEO of zoom said, ‘zoom had a service disruption that affected many of our customers. We know the responsibility we have to keep your meetings, classrooms and important events running. I am personally very sorry and will all do our best to prevent this from happening in the future’.
Users depend on zoom not just for professional video conference but also webinars, classes etc. schools across the world depend a lot on the video conferencing platform for their online classes due to the pandemic situation.