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.


Polycom RealPresence Centro: A Conferencing Revolution

October 27, 2015

The Polycom RealPresence Centro changes the way we collaborate and is a first in the video conferencing world. We’re excited about it — here’s why.


How to Easily Make the Perfect Conference Call

September 29, 2015

Staying in touch with your coworkers, employees, and customers is increasingly difficult the larger your business becomes. But it is vital. Being able to communicate with the right people is critical for your business to remain on track, whether that’s communicating externally to your customers or internally with your colleagues… Read More

7 avoidable conference call etiquette mistakes

7 Avoidable Conference Call Etiquette Mistakes

August 26, 2015

Ever committed poor conference call etiquette? It’s happened to us all at one point or another. Here are some tips to help you avoid it on future calls.


Trouble Shooting a Conference Call in Real Life

July 28, 2015

There are so many things that go wrong before and during conference calls… and none of them have to. At this point we’ve all seen Tyler and Tripp’s “A Conference Call in Real Life.” You laugh at almost every part of this because chances are you’ve personally experienced every part… Read More


Video Conferencing in the Cloud

June 30, 2015

The term “cloud” or “cloud computing” refers to the accessing of software, files and more over the web, as opposed to being hosted on a physical computer. Think of the difference between owning CD’s versus accessing iTunes. The files are the same, but the way we access them has fundamentally… Read More


How to Choose the Right Conference Phone

May 6, 2015

Are you choosing the right conferencing phone? Audio conference calls can be pretty terrible when they’re not done right. People get cut off. You can’t tell who’s speaking on the other end. Voices are blurry, too quiet or too loud. Most just make do with the audio conferencing they are… Read More