Update about Zoom’s cloud recording

Over the weekend, Nordunet disabled Zoom’s so-called AWS service, i.e. Zoom in the Amazon cloud, where alse cloud recording and streaming have been available. As previously announced, all Jamk’s users were transferred on Friday, March 26th. from AWS to Nordunet’s local Zoom platform. We have now been able to negotiate some extended flexibility with CSC. […]

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Update Zoom

During the summer, there are some important changes related to using Zoom: Versions older than Zoom 5.0 stopped working on June 1. From. Update the new version of the Software Center. 67% of JAMK Zoom users still have an old version. Zoom shows the version of the need to update at the top of the […]

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Misleading media coverage about Zoom’s privacy

Within recent days, there has been some misleading media coverage about Zoom’s privacy. Older Zoom version has for iOS devices has been using Facebook developer tools, which have passed users’ general device information (application version, language, processor type, time zone, etc.) to third parties. Any details about users identity has never been compromised. Latest version […]

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ICT systems and software

Adobe Software Apple support Default software on workstations Files, folders and Windows Explorer Home folder and network services Home use licenses How to start programs in Windows desktop Keyboard shortcuts Microsoft Store Deployment Social media services and tools Web pages and homesites ICT systems and services for students Peppi student portal Zoom -net conference system […]

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AV services

Audiovisual services provided by JAMK’s Data Administration support teaching and work in a variety of ways. Modern and easy-to-use equipment with their software are available. For these, user support is provided when needed. Currently our services are: distance lectures and implementation of web conferences web videos and podcasts (production and distribution) The following describes the […]

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