Install Home Video Conferencing for Delay Free Zoom Meetings
Eliminate Dropped Conference Calls with Home Video Conferencing.
We’ve all been there. You’re trying to share your PowerPoint presentation with a client, and when you get to the real substance of your talk, you freeze. It's not nerves; it's your internet connection. You are asked to repeat yourself, maybe log off and back on, all while your client stares at the clock and your frozen screen.
This is the nightmare of video conferencing remotely. And while you can adjust your internet settings and router, your computer or laptop's limitations make it impossible to do much else, like work simultaneously in other programs. And forget about call quality. But with a home video conferencing system integrated into your home automation system, you can have the quality and stability you have in the office conference room.
The Limitations of Your Zoom Remote Workspace
Before having a home video conferencing installed, we worked off our internet provided router for shared Wi-Fi. Some setups were even fancier with an extra monitor. But forget having two conference calls at once. Leaning over the kitchen counter or propping up on the dryer to get a better connection was stressful. Before every Zoom, you had to close out of windows and rely on memory and your charming good looks to conduct a productive meeting. But with home video conferencing, your system is so robust you never have to worry about connectivity loss. There are tons of options with integrated audio and video systems, so you can put together a presentation just like you did back in the office.
Upgrade Your Remote Video Conference
We’ve all had to spend more time away from the people we love this year, but we can still stay just as connected. Of course, shaky Facetime calls with a toddler running around the house with your smartphone aren’t the best way for the whole family to connect with grandma and grandpa. But with a video conferencing system, they be can part of all the fun. With fully immersed sound and video quality integrated with your Zoom calls, you can stream calls with crystal clear sound and video. We’ll take care of boosting your network infrastructure to ensure it has the bandwidth needed to deal with conference calls, e-learning and more.
Integrated Devices Means More Options
Zooming from a fifteen-inch laptop has its limitations. Sound quality is an issue, such as feedback when not using headphones. Then, of course, you have the limited quality of your video camera that isn't designed for high-quality video. Sharing your screen for a presentation can also be tricky when your group members can't see it or the font is too small. And unless you have a machine with a hefty processor, you won't be able to run any other programs in the background.
But video conferencing systems eliminate all of those issues. Integrated with your home automation system’s superior video and audio components, your picture and sound quality are excellent. Use your TV or other monitors to expand presentations and shared documents—split screens and run programs in the background. With home video conferencing, you can have the professional quality of calls and video that keep you connected when it matters most.
To find out more about home video conferencing, contact us on our website or give us a call at 203-922-0051. We can help you create the ultimate conferencing environment in the comfort of home.