Zoom works, but is not the easiest, most secure or private platform. Here’s a safe, secure, open source alternative. Jitsi. It’s the sort of thing Edward Snowden likely uses.
We’ve setup a basic version on a cheap VPS (Virtual Private Server) out of Sydney. What’s unique, is that unlike zoom, users do not need to sign up to use it. Complete privacy and anonymity is assured although simple passwords can be added for people to enter an encrypted session. For business users, we would usually add in branding, additional controls for moderator rights/authentication, plus monitoring tools for the server, but that’s it.
For those who want to know how to install Jitsi, here’s a tutorial from an old telecoms colleague in the US. Note above is the link to use to signup to a vultr VPS server for a Jitsi install as described in the tutorial. But, this is all something we can do for you. 5min into the tutorial you’ll know if this is something you want to do, or just leave it to us geeks….