Make Sure You Have Stable and Fast Internet to Avoid Zoom Conference Issues
Working from home? As are all of us. Using Zoom as a conferencing tool between members of your team and with external partners? That’s great, especially now, since Zoom is available for free.
Zoom is great as long as it’s working properly. But, many users report Zoom conference issues, including not being able to hear audio or see video. The reason for these problems is most likely a poor connection to the Internet. So, solving the problem means getting a fast, stable and secure connection. Read below how to get that when working from home.
Is There a Problem with Zoom? Here Are Known Issues
The most common causes of Zoom conference issues are either a faulty setup of the microphone / speakers or the Internet you’re using. When you have a slow or unreliable Internet connection, Zoom isn’t able to work properly. Sometimes, you may not even realize that you have a connectivity issue until you try and use the service. And it’s most annoying when it happens during an important business call.
Zoom video conferencing uses a lot of bandwidth. Your device is sending a complex set of data packets to the device of the person you are trying to talk to, their device is sending packets of data to you.
If your Wi-Fi connection has a momentary blip or your cellular connection fluctuates, some of the flow of those packets gets interrupted. It can take a few moments for the data to catch up.
This results in slow Zoom, moments when the audio cuts in and out, where the video lags, and where the audio and video don’t sync properly. It can also lead to Zoom disconnecting.
How to Fix Zoom Meeting Issues
As mentioned above, Zoom will perform as good as your Internet can perform. At this time, whether you’re using a laptop, a desktop computer or a mobile device, it only uses one connection at a time. Even though you may be connected to both WiFi and cellular data on your smartphone, it’ll use only one of them. So, the solution for fast, reliable and secure Internet is simple: use a secure channel bonding service, like Speedify.
Speedify improves the performance of Zoom meetings. That’s because it improves your Internet connection. The Speedify app works by monitoring the quality of your Internet connections in the background and can bond all available connections simultaneously in a single “pipe”. This improves your bandwidth and connection reliability, fixing Zoom connectivity issues and leading to a smoother and fault-free conference.
If your home Internet suddenly drops and you’re also connected to a cellular network, for example, you will stay connected seamlessly because Speedify intelligently and automatically reroutes your data until you are connected again to both networks. Best of all, you don’t notice anything because Speedify takes care of it all in the background.
Don’t Sacrifice Security for Speed. Get Both with Speedify
Speedify is a fast bonding VPN. This means that along with using channel bonding technology, it also encrypts all traffic. This is very important when working from home. Think about it – you’re accessing sensitive business data. You wouldn’t want that to fall into the wrong hands. By using Speedify, your data and privacy will be safe from hackers and cyber criminals.
Speedify is an essential element to prevent Zoom conference issues. It’s available for individual use on up to 5 devices on all major platforms (Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Linux). But there’s also Speedify for Teams, with more add-ons, such as dedicated servers.
All in all – get Speedify today and start enjoying hassle-free Zoom conferences!
Speedify is the only app that combines your wifi, cellular, wired, and even your friend’s phone signals – into one ultra-fast and super secure link that keeps you all connected for the best possible live streaming, video calling, or just posting to your favorite app.
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