By Thomas Trappler. Zoom is the intuitive, easy-to-use audio, web, and video conferencing service that’s rapidly caught on all across UC.
Since establishment of the UC Zoom agreement last year, hundreds of departments, and even some entire campuses, have moved to Zoom. In this short time, Zoom use has grown to over 25,000 licenses UC wide.
As a result of unprecedented growth in use, UC’s price for Zoom Education has achieved an additional 5% volume discount for unlimited video, web, and audio conferencing – representing a 90% discount for UC customers!
The Zoom project was led by UC Procurement Services’ IT Center of Excellence, but this great progress is the result of the hard work of numerous subject matter experts and key stakeholders UC wide (see below), and provides a great example of what UC can achieve when we work together.
If you’ve been waiting to sign up for Zoom, now is the time to take the plunge, you’ll be glad you did.
Access to a low-cost audio, web, and video conferencing service like Zoom enhances communication and collaboration with geographically dispersed colleagues. It also can eliminate or reduce travel costs to attend meetings in person.
Zoom may be used for the broadest possible range of UC use cases because the UC Zoom agreement includes the UC Appendix Data Security and Privacy, UC Appendix Business Associate, and UC Terms and Conditions of Purchase.
To learn more about how to get Zoom, please contact the Zoom deployment coordinator at your location:
- UCB – Gladys Oddoye
- UCD – Caryn DeMoura
- UCDHS – Alan Love
- UCI – Bob Hudack
- UCLA – Software Central
- UCM – Joan Holmquist
- UCR – Michelle Tabula
- UCSD – Gabe Edwards
- UCSF – Sian Shumway
- UCSB – Scott Nowell
- UCSC – Bruce Horn
- UCOP – Randy Kemish
Thomas Trappler is associate director, IT Strategic Sourcing, UC Procurement Services. Please contact Thomas Trappler for additional information regarding the UC Zoom agreement.