Zoom client update may be required prior to 1 November

October 14, 2021

On November 1, 2021, Zoom users with a client version older than 5.5.0 will be required to update their client before being able to join a meeting.

Optimising your online meetings

June 29, 2021

Online meetings via Webex or Zoom are a critical component of business at the moment and there are a few simple tips and tricks you can use to make sure you are getting the most out of your online meetings.

November WATTLE connect session | 6 November

October 29, 2020

Dear WATTLE members, Please join us on Zoom for our November WATTLE connect session, 10:30 am – 11.30 am on Friday 6 November.

Zoom/Echo360 settings changes

October 8, 2020

Zoom cloud recordings for users with a ‘Licenced’ Zoom licence type, and an account within Echo360 will no longer be uploaded to your content library on Echo360 Active Learning Platform by default.

Zoom/Echo360 settings changes

September 22, 2020

Currently, Zoom cloud recordings for users with a ‘Licenced’ Zoom licence type, and an account within Echo360, automatically get sent to the user’s Echo360 Content Library.

Notice to Adobe Connect users

August 4, 2020

The University, as part of our COVID-19 response, has obtained a Zoom license and integrated both Zoom and WebEx into our Learning Platform/Moodle environment.

Zoom meetings must have a password

July 9, 2020

Zoom will soon require the use of passwords on all meetings.

How to create a virtual background in Zoom

May 21, 2020

Working remotely can be tricky when we’re not always in a suitable location for videoconferencing or recording a session.

Upgrade to Zoom platform

May 7, 2020

IMTS would like to advise that Zoom have released an updated client that will require all users to update to version 5 prior to 30th May.

Working remotely with Webex and Zoom

April 28, 2020

Connecting and communicating with your colleagues has never been easier with Webex Teams and Zoom.

Removing unwanted parties from online sessions

April 7, 2020

With more institutions moving to learning online, there has been a rise in what we call “Conference Bomb attacks”.