• The Future of Health Care Technology

  • The Top Four Most Common Questions About Web-Conferencing

  • The Top Four Most Common Questions About Video Walls

  • How AV Technology Can Help Improve Internal and External Communication

  • Your Fast-Start Solution to Working From Home



Let's be honest, when it comes to web-conferencing, almost all of us can probably remember at least one occasion where we thought, "This really shouldn't be that hard."

Web-conferencing has been around for a while now and given the number of out-of-the-box solutions available these days, you would think it's simple. However, the reality is that getting web-conferencing right can be a challenge.

Although the many out-of-the-box solutions that provide simple one-click meetings with screen sharing and instant messaging have simplified some aspects of online conferencing, it has caused complications in the standard meeting room environment.

It's not surprising then that we still hear a lot of web-conferencing related questions. We thought we'd shed some light by sharing the answers to some of the most common questions we hear from the market. 


Video walls are a great example of an AV solution that has, in recent years, matured from being a costly niche solution to one that is increasingly affordable and popular for everyday situations. You can now find video walls in lobbies and atriums, train stations, airports, lecture theatres and large meeting spaces, to name just a few.

Due to their size and vibrancy, video walls are ideal for engaging large crowds (either static or dynamic) and enhance audience experiences by making it easy to follow the action. Therefore, it's no surprise that more and more organisations are interested in this solution and that we are getting asked about them a lot these days.

To help you learn more about video walls, we've compiled the questions we hear most and our answers to them.  


At Syndeticom, we work with a wide range of clients from various industries, and they all have their unique priorities and challenges. However, some struggles seem to apply to almost any business – no matter their size or sector.

One of these universal challenges that we hear a lot is communication. Every week, we talk to businesses who struggle to get their message through to the right people at the right time. Given how busy everyone is these days, how competitive many industries are, and how much information is thrown at people every day, it's no surprise that it can be hard to be seen and heard.

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With the escalating situation across the globe due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are scrambling to make sure their systems are robust enough to allow office-based employees to successfully work from home. But having employees work from home doesn't have to be scary. Here we've put together a two-step approach to get you up and running from home for next to nothing.