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Think Your Training Isn’t “High-Consequence?” You Might be Surprised

Sep 12, 2018   /   by

The term “high-consequence” sounds serious. It brings to mind images of bunkers and intelligence agencies connecting to secure satellites and discussions of state secrets and military operations. There is no doubt that these TV drama-ready situations do exist for conferencing and training. For most organizations though, a greater concern is the high-consequence situations that aren’t […]

CoSo Security Certifications

What Do All Our Security Certifications Tell You?

Sep 10, 2018   /   by

What Do All Our Security Certifications Tell You? Every year data security becomes an even bigger headache for business as large-scale security breaches continue to affect some of the world’s biggest and best known companies. When it comes to virtual training, there exists a clear threat of content either being inadvertently leaked or deliberately hacked. […]

Training Difficult Personalities

The Most Difficult Personalities to Train (and How to Train Them)

Sep 4, 2018   /   by

I recently met up with a training manager friend of mine, and we got to talking about the biggest challenges she’s had in training people in the workplace. What she said stuck with me: “I don’t really have challenges training people—it’s training certain people.” Whoa. If there’s any kind of gossip to be had in […]

Beating Dog Days of Summer

Beating Summer’s Dog Days of Training

Aug 28, 2018   /   by

Getting workers excited about virtual training can be a challenge on any day of the year. But summer always seems particularly difficult, doesn’t it? When the weather’s hot and the days are long, it’s hard enough for people to be trapped indoors let alone forced to learn. For some it may bring up painful memories […]

Virtual Reality Training

Come On… Is Virtual Reality Training Really Necessary for Office Workers?

Aug 23, 2018   /   by

If you’re like me, you’re constantly clicking on articles on how virtual or augmented reality technology is being combined with various training programs in super cool ways. There’s virtual reality education to improve rail safety for children. Virtual reality training to prepare first responders for disasters and emergencies. Virtual reality training to help police run […]

Customizing your Adobe Connect Webinar/Events pages

Aug 21, 2018   /   by

Easily add custom messages to your Webinar/Events pages! An Adobe Connect Event is a “meeting, seminar, presentation, course, curriculum, virtual classroom, or recording moved to Content Library wrapped with pre-event and post-event management features. Event management features include registration, reminders, and event-tracking surveys and reports.”  Events are valuable for organizations by: Creating branded and customized […]

CoSo Insights 2.0 Beta Program

Aug 7, 2018   /   by

You are invited to our CoSo Insights 2.0 Beta Program!  We’ve been working to build a new set of reports and data to help our managed service customers understand and demonstrate the value your organization derives from your CoSo Cloud implementation of Adobe Connect.   With CoSo Insights 2.0, we are adding activity reports to show […]

Continued Innovation Maximizes Effectiveness of the Adobe Connect Experience

Aug 6, 2018   /   by

CoSo Secure Private Cloud has been investing heavily in R&D and product development to help ensure Adobe Connect continues to lead the market in virtual classroom, eTraining, learning and world-class webinars.  CoSo firmly believes that Connect sets the standard for these use cases, and that the commodity plays can’t hold a candle to the functionality, […]

Tip 7: Understand and Monitor Usage

Jul 31, 2018   /   by

Tip 7 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 lucky number #7 – “Understand and Monitor […]

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 […]

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