You get summoned to the conference room and your VP of sales points to a distorted image of his best client frozen on the screen. The only information you have is that it needs to be fixed NOW.
We’ve all been there—dropped calls, jittery communications, or poor audio quality—during a crucial meeting. Not only are these issues annoying to deal with, but in high-stakes meetings, such as closing a sale with an important client or an executive board meeting, quality issues can be costly. The problem is that even small issues can often be difficult to pinpoint and resolve.
There are three common reasons for poor audio or visual performance and they may not be what you think. If your system isn’t performing the way it should, check out these potential causes.