It is evident that video recordings of meetings are becoming the norm these days. Recordings of meetings offer a chance to review the meeting again or share it with the relevant parties. Although this is a great opportunity to capture important meeting moments that you might have missed, it is also a potential source of data breaches. With that in mind, here are some useful tips that will help you record and share Zoom meetings without permission.
Record the Meeting
It is not a good idea to record every single meeting that you attend. Firstly, it is a breach of your company’s data privacy and will most likely be a violation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Secondly, having all the recordings of meetings in one place will most likely be confusing to your team. What if you need to review the recording of a meeting that you already attended? We don’t recommend recording all your meetings in the first place, but if you do, try to avoid recording sensitive or confidential information.
Set up a Meeting Recording
Every meeting that you’ve set up will be recorded automatically. You won’t have to do anything. Your team will get alerted that a recording is available and they can then click on the recording to watch it. You can do this for every meeting that you attend.
Keep an Eye on Your Network
The best way to keep your network secure is by keeping an eye on it. This means keeping track of the devices that are connected to your network. You can do this either manually or using a network security solution. If you use manual network tracking, you can use a tool like OnTrap to log all the devices that are connected to your network. If you use a security solution, make sure you have the right policies in place to keep your network secure.
If you’re looking to record the meeting but want to stay completely off the radar, screen recorder is the way to go. This method involves you recording the meeting and then sending the recording to someone else. The recipient would then send that recording to the rest of the team. In order to do this, you will have to have screen recording enabled on your computer and have that person you are recording the meeting with have the ability to send screen recordings.
With screen recorder for OS X and Windows, you don’t even have to be in the room during the meeting. You can record the meeting from anywhere you have an internet connection. You can even use a notebook while traveling to record the meeting. This is useful if you want to keep a record of what your boss said at a meeting or if you want to help a colleague keep track of a meeting.
If you’re looking to get the best out of recording meetings while staying off the radar, Screen recorder comes in handy. This is a Windows only software which lets you record what’s on the computer screen. The basic version costs $19 and is available for Windows 10, 8.1, 8, and 7.
You don’t have to be afraid of recording meetings anymore. The best thing to do is set up a meeting recording, keep an eye on your network, and screen recorde. If you do all these, you will be able to record meetings without any issues.