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Case Study: Powering Global Collaboration at Food Protection and Defense Institute

May 29, 2018   /   by

The National Center for Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD) was officially launched as a Homeland Security Center of Excellence in July 2004 at the University of Minnesota. A critical component of the nation’s food safety network, NCFPD is tasked with addressing vulnerabilities within the nation’s food system and coordinating a prompt global response to any […]

Virtual Training and Web Conferencing Just Wants Your Respect (and Protection)

May 22, 2018   /   by

In some ways, virtual training and web conferencing no longer get the credit they deserve. Around the time MTV was introducing the world to the music video concept (ushering it in fittingly with the Buggles’ “Video Killed the Radio Star”), Compression Labs was set to introduce the world’s first video conferencing system for business. Though […]

CoSo Presents at Adobe Connect Partner Summit

May 16, 2018   /   by

Last week was Adobe’s Connect Partner Summit in San Jose, CA.  It was a great event where much was learned about Connect’s product roadmap including the upcoming release of their HTML5 client which looks excellent!  Topics included business results describing the fine financial metrics that the Connect Business Unit enjoyed in 2017.  An extremely valuable […]

Preparing for GDPR: How to enable Adobe Connect Compliance Notifications

May 7, 2018   /   by

As part of CoSo Cloud’s move towards GDPR compliance, one of the changes required for full compliance is that the service sign-up process ensures explicit consent is given to collect user data. This can be done in several diverse ways depending on the architecture of the solution, and for complex deployments we recommend working with […]

Virtual Training Tip #6: Making It Fun

Apr 30, 2018   /   by

Tip 6 of 7-part series on “7 Tips for Expanding Virtual Training Within Your Organization.” Recently we shared 7 Tips for Helping Expand Use of Virtual Training Within Your Organization.  As a part of a series, we’re going in-depth on each of these 7 topics. This week, we tackle tip #6 – “Make it Fun!” Even […]

Summary of Adobe Connect Versions 9.7 and Beyond

Apr 24, 2018   /   by

At CoSo Cloud, prior to endorsing and standardizing to a version of Adobe Connect we monitor its performance and work to ensure it’s a proper fit for our respective clients. That being said, I’ve had some inquiries about what exactly is being offered and what we plan to see with existing and future versions. Adobe […]

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Calculating Network Bandwidth Needs for Adobe Connect

Mar 15, 2018   /   by

At CoSo, when bring on a new customer or when our Enterprise or Government customers bring on a new office, we commonly get questions about how to figure out the bandwidth needs for that office to support Adobe Connect and questions about best practices to avoid potential latency and/or problems in the meeting as they […]

Bad News Travels Fast

Virtual Training Tip #5: But bad news travels even faster!

Mar 12, 2018   /   by

Tip 5 of 7 part series on “7 Tips for Expanding Virtual Training Within your organization’ Recently we shared 7 Tips for Helping Expand Use of Virtual Training Within Your Organization. As a part of a series, we’re going in-depth on each of these 7 topics. This week, we tackle tip #5 – But bad news […]

Utilize Layouts for a Better Experience

Mar 8, 2018   /   by

A layout is a pre-configured arrangement of panels (or Pods). The default layouts in Adobe Connect are Sharing, Discussion, and Collaboration. The layouts menu and the layout bar are visible only to hosts, and by going into the layouts tab, you can delete, rename, or change the order of the layouts. One way to effectively […]

Good News Travels Fast: Virtual Training Tip #4

Jan 30, 2018   /   by

Tip 4 of 7 part series on “7 Tips for Expanding Virtual Training Within your organization’ Recently we shared 7 Tips for Helping Expand Use of Virtual Training Within Your Organization. As a part of a series, we’re going in-depth on each of these 7 topics. This week, we tackle tip #4 – Good news […]

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Case Study: Powering Global Collaboration at Food Protection and Defense Institute

The National Center for Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD) was officially launched as a Homeland Security Center of Excellence in July 2004 at the University of Minnesota. A critical component of the nation’s food safety network, NCFPD is tasked with addressing vulnerabilities within the nation’s food system and coordinating a prompt global response to any […]

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