- Simplified video conferencing and messaging across any device.
- 1 year subscription.
- Zoom Business requires a minimum purchase of 10 licenses
- Meetings. Host up to 300 participants, 5 GB of cloud recording storage (per license), Automated Captions.
- Whiteboard. Unlimited Whiteboards.
- Messaging. Chats and channels for collaboration, file sharing, and more.
- Extras. Single sign-on, Managed domains, Organisation Branding.
- HD audio and video meetings. Bring HD video and audio to your virtual meetings with support for up to 1000 video participants and 49 videos on screen.
- Built-in collaboration tools. Multiple video call participants can share their screens simultaneously and co-annotate for a more interactive virtual meeting.
- Made for Connecting. Filters, reactions, polls, hand raising, and music or video sharing make virtual meetings more fun and engaging.
- Meeting recording and transcripts. Record your virtual meetings locally or to the cloud, with searchable transcripts.
- Streamlined calendaring. Easily start or schedule meetings directly from Outlook, Gmail, or iCal.
- Team Chat. Chat with groups, searchable history, integrated file sharing, and 10 year archive. Easily escalate into 1:1 or group video calls.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- What is the difference between the Basic and Pro plans? Zoom offers a full-featured Basic Plan for free with unlimited meetings. Try Zoom for as long as you like – there is no trial period. Pro plans allow for unlimited meetings lasting up to 24 hours maximum. Your Basic plan has a 40 minutes time limit per meeting.
- How many participants can join the meeting? All plans allow up to 100 participants by default in each meeting (up to 1,000 with Large Meeting add-on).
- How many people can use one meeting license? A licensed user can host an unlimited number of meetings. However if multiple users have the need to schedule separate meetings, you will need additional meeting licenses per each user.
- What is the difference between Zoom Rooms and a Meeting? Zoom Meetings (mobile and desktop client): This is what users use day to day to join meetings from their personal or work computer or mobile device. Zoom Meeting is a desktop application and smartphone app designed for a user account on user-assigned devices (such as your mobile device, tablet, or desktop). The device that the Zoom Meeting app lives on is not designed to be a shared resource, it’s tied to an individual. Zoom Meetings resides along with a user’s other applications (e.g. email, calendar, photos, etc on their device). So with Zoom Meetings, it’s really the user’s Zoom environment and profile. For example, Zoom Meeting will include the user’s chat groups, 1:1 chat messages, starred contacts list, Zoom Phone number, call history, and other user-level settings and information.
A part of Zoom Meetings is Zoom for Home. Zoom for Home allows any Zoom user to deploy a personal collaboration device for video meetings, phone calls, interactive whiteboarding, and annotation. Unlike a mobile device, tablet, or laptop which runs the Zoom application (one of many applications), Zoom for Home works on a dedicated personal device that only runs the Zoom software.
Zoom Rooms: Zoom Rooms is designed to run on hardware and appliances as a dedicated meeting environment for shared spaces (such as conference rooms), and ideal for group collaboration. Zoom Rooms is a dedicated, shared environment for communications and collaboration with a single consistent interface. This means that users know it will always work the same way regardless of which room they walk into, minimizing user error (very important when you think about meeting rooms that are shared among many different employees and their varying technical levels). Users can schedule the room using room booking tools and join their meetings with one tap. Taking Zoom Rooms outside the traditional conference room, Zoom Rooms can be deployed into open spaces as video-enabled interactive whiteboards, and even provide value add services such as digital signage, for corporate communications and branding, and room schedulers, for room booking management.
Zoom Rooms are IT-managed resources that are designed to be the only application up and running on a system. It’s also tied to a calendar resource that’s bookable by others. Zoom Rooms can leverage a variety of display, compute, audio, camera, capture, room control and touch display controller devices to join and manage meetings with integrated HD audio and video. This means that Zoom Rooms audio and video experiences can be easily deployed for phone booths, focus rooms, and huddle rooms, and customized for large boardrooms, broadcast studios, and custom training rooms.
All in all, Zoom Meetings (mobile and desktop client) and Zoom Rooms work together to greater emphasize that they are both a part of one interconnected platform, Zoom.