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Zoom down: reports of outages from users

Update: Zoom has confirmed that they are investigating the reported issues with their Meetings service today.

Zoom said: “We have received reports that some Zoom users may be experiencing issues hosting and joining meetings.

“Our team is working to identify the root cause and scope of this issue.”

It seems that Zoom, the video communication service that has been particularly successful in this period with lockdown measures, is experiencing some operational problems. For now, the main inconveniences are reported on the east coast of the United States and in the United Kingdom, but a little leopard-like also in Europe, and in Italy it seems that something is not working properly.

Here is the Downdetector map that indicates where the problems are occurring:

And the ritual of complaints has started on Twitter:

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At the time of writing, there is no particular information or official communications from Zoom. We will monitor the situation and update this news in case of news.

Meanwhile, we leave you with the latest content regarding Zoom, published here on Hardware Upgrade:

   
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