Enterprise video conferencing with real-time messaging and content sharing.
Join anywhere, on Any Device
Simplified video conferencing and messaging across any device. Zoom Meeting syncs with your calendar system and delivers streamlined enterprise-grade video conferencing from your desktop and mobile device. Enable quick adoption with meeting capabilities that make it easy to start, join, and collaborate across any device.
Signing into Zoom
Sign into Zoom site with your UofM credentials. (https://memphis.zoom.us) Upon initial sign-in, you will get a basic license. If faculty need a Zoom Enterprise License, please submit a service request.
Hosting a Meeting in the Zoom App
Zoom Basic Features:
- Host up to 100 participants for 40 minutes
- Unlimited 1 to 1 meetings
- Unlimited number of meetings
- Plus other features listed on the regular website https://zoom.us/pricing
Zoom Pro Enterprise Features:
- HD Video: Bring HD video to your meetings.
- Recording and Transcripts: Record your meetings locally or to the cloud, with searchable transcripts.
- Built-in Collaboration Tools: Multiple participants can share their screens simultaneously and co-annotate for a more interactive meeting.
- Streamlined Calendaring: Support scheduling or starting meetings from Outlook, Gmail, or iCal.
- Meet Securely: End-to-end encryption for all meetings, role-based user security, password protection, waiting rooms, and place attendee on hold.
- Team Chat: Chat with groups, searchable history, integrated file sharing.
- Meeting Participants: Can have up to 300 participants in a meeting.
- Meeting Duration: No time limitation for meetings.
- Login: Login with University of Memphis UUID and password.
Zoom Webinar Feature
- This feature is an additional add-on that we will not be purchasing.
Training & Documentation
- Zoom Meetings and Webinars
- Audio, Video, & Sharing
- Zoom Rooms
- Using Chat Feature and Managing Contacts
- One Minute Zoom Video Tutorials
- Zoom YouTube Channel
Register for Live Seminars
Zoom – Best Practices to Avoid Zoombombing
While we have moved to meet virtually on campus with Zoom. We want you to be aware of how to protect your meeting from unwanted guests joining or Zoombombing. These attacks disrupt online Zoom classes by individuals spewing racist, misogynistic or screen sharing vulgar content. Not only can Zoombombing be disruptive on screen, but it can also cause problems in the chat room of the meeting. We’ve put together some best practices to help you address and avoid Zoombombing.
When sharing a meeting link on social media or other public forums, that makes your event extremely public. ANYONE with the link can join your meeting. We recommend not sharing Zoom meeting links on social media.
- Enable Meeting Password – When scheduling a meeting you can require a meeting password. This setting will create a layer of security for your meeting. Avoid using your Personal Meeting ID (PMI) when hosting public events.
- Enable Waiting Room – The waiting room feature will allow you as the host to control when a participant can join a meeting. This can be turned on under meeting options when scheduling a meeting. View the training video to learn more about meeting controls.
- Enable Only Authenticated Users Can Join – With this feature participants must log in with their UUID and password before joining a meeting. This can be turned on under meeting options when scheduling a meeting.
Here are a few other preventive measures to keep in mind when conducting a virtual meeting in Zoom:
- Allow only signed-in users to join your meeting
- Manage your screen sharing
- Lock the meeting
- Remove unwanted or disruptive participants and prevent them from rejoining
- Disable Video and prevent users from screen sharing
- Mute participants on entry
- Turn off File Transfer feature
- Turn off Annotation
- Disable Private Chat
- Use the Waiting Room
Additionally, Zoom has developed a blog that helps to define how to prevent Zoombombing.