Pragmatic Conferencing Blog

The Pragmatic Conferencing blog is where business owners, organization leaders, and software users can find practical advice on video collaboration, web conferencing, and virtual meetings. Our goal is to help you collaborate easier and more effectively.

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We’ve Been Given a Shove Into a Remote Work Reality – and That’s a Good Thing.

April 29, 2020

In this little snapshot of time, non-essential workers who are still working are doing so from home. Businesses that had previously resisted remote work are now depending on it to survive. Those who had been on the cusp of taking the plunge have had the plunge taken for them. And as… Read More

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Setting Up a Remote-Work Home Office

March 12, 2020

The option to work remotely was already becoming popular. It’s necessary – even expected – to attract and hold onto young talent. But the recent public health scare has caused a scramble among businesses that have never had a remote work force. In some cases, people NEED to work from home right now,… Read More

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How to Set Up a Zero Touch Join Video Conferencing Experience

February 27, 2020

Picture this: it’s meeting time. You plan to use the system in your boardroom to connect via video to collaborators at two different sites. You walk into the room at the appointed time, and without touching anything, the video system automatically connects to the call. The meeting begins. No effort required. You don’t have to… Read More

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Best Practices for Audio Conference Moderators

February 26, 2020

Audio conferencing is simple and effective, and it’s been around forever. It really hasn’t changed much. But like some things that have been around a while and are taken for granted, we lose sight of the best practices necessary to keep it secure and ourselves protected. Moderators, those keepers of the… Read More


Understanding Bandwidth Requirements for Video Conferencing

February 6, 2020

If you’re in the process of evaluating video conferencing solutions, part of your consideration must include bandwidth requirements. They vary from solution to solution. They vary based on the video endpoints you want to use. They vary based on the resolution quality and frame-rate, the overall quality of call you… Read More

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You don’t have to choose between audio and video conferencing.

January 28, 2020

It seems like a leap, going from audio conferencing to video. And once upon a time, it was. But now there is a more natural, organic way that businesses are moving from audio conferencing to video. It’s happening for a few reasons: You can still host audio conference calls on a… Read More