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Zoom Video Conferencing

You can access your Zoom account and login with your Stanford SUNet ID

Infographic showing 2020 Zoom metrics below.

Zoom in on these stats

  • One billion minutes in the past year
  • Average meeting length: 60 minutes
  • 10X increase in daily minutes (500K to 5M)
  • 8X increase in daily meeting count (2,000 to 18K)
  • Small meetings: less than three people for less than 40 minutes account for 38% of meetings
  • Regular meetings: three to 500 people account for 61% of meetings
  • Webinars account for 1% of meetings
  • Most participants in one meeting: 4,493
  • 80% active user base
  • 40K unique logins each week
  • Participants in 45+ countries

Features

  • High quality video, audio, screen sharing and stability of connection
  • Device and OS parity: same features and functionality available on both laptops (Windows and Mac) and mobile devices
  • One touch to start or join meetings
  • 50TB of shared cloud storage for recorded meetings for the Stanford community, with no expiration date
  • Easy chat and presence functionality
  • Mobile collaboration with co-annotation
  • Up to 500 attendees can participate in Zoom meetings and up to 1,000 attendees can participate in Zoom webinars
  • H.323/SIP room systems integration (See important note)
  • Toll-free number for Zoom participants in the United States, the Caribbean, or Canada (New)
  • Learn more about zoom features

Designed For

Current Stanford University faculty, staff, students, or users with base or fully sponsored SUNet IDs.

Stanford Zoom is for Stanford-work related activities only. You should not use it for activities that are not related to Stanford work (per Stanford Administrative Guide 6.2.1). Such activity increases Stanford's use and associated costs. Support staff monitor after-hours use and international calling charges.

Data Security

Holding Zoom meetings, sharing screens, and recording meetings is approved for High Risk Data, as defined in Stanford Risk Classification Guidelines.

Recording meetings

When recording meetings that include Protected Health Information (PHI) or other regulated data, please be aware that all regulatory requirements apply, including HIPAA. While Zoom has been certified for use with meetings that include such data, you are responsible for ensuring regulatory requirements are met sharing, downloading, and storing the recordings, as with any other regulated content.

Get Started

Before you can use Zoom, you must install the Zoom software for your device. Start by going to the Zoom Download Center or go to stanford.zoom.us and click Download in the footer.

It’s a good idea to install that software ahead of time so it doesn’t delay your first meeting; however, if you haven’t yet done that, Zoom will automatically start downloading the application to your device. You’ll need to install it before you can start your meeting.

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Last modified October 23, 2020