A guide to setting up Cisco video conferencing systems for your business

Daniel Tano
January 17, 2023
5 min read
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Video conferencing is trending within businesses. It creates new ways to communicate and collaborate with your coworkers. However, there are so many different systems to choose from. If you’re using a conferencing system, you’ve probably been searching for a while to find a system that suits the needs of your business. Still, every business comes across positive and negative features of conferencing calling software. Maybe you wish you had known about the positive and negative sides of a system sooner, so you could’ve taken these into account. Luckily for you, we have summed up the pros and cons of Cisco video conferencing systems. After reading this blog, you can make an informed decision about whether the Cisco conferencing system works best for your company's needs.


Video and audio quality

The most important feature you pay attention to when purchasing video conferencing software is, of course, the quality of the video and audio. You want to be clearly visible and audible to others. Thanks to the good quality of the video and audio during a Cisco web meeting, your presentation will be clear to follow.

Office Outlook integration

If you use Office Outlook a lot within your business, this feature is a big plus. The Cisco video conferencing system can be integrated with Office Outlook. This way, your calendar is connected to scheduled meetings, and you can easily invite others through email.

Correct time zone

With Cisco video conferencing, the time zone is automatically adjusted to your current time zone. This takes away your worries because you no longer have to pay attention to adjusting the time yourself every time. No more hassle calculating the correct time, and all the other participants are also aware of the correct time in their time zone.



As a business, you will have to pay monthly to use Cisco web meetings. Depending on your budget, this can be a big investment since it can be expensive if you’re a start-up for example. It gets even more expensive if you want to use Cisco devices that support and enhance your conferencing call.

Technical difficulties

Maybe you already have an IT specialist on your team. In that case, this con doesn’t apply to you. The Cisco video conferencing system is not always as easy to use. Especially when you don’t have an IT specialist, this can be a big disadvantage. After all, you don’t want to cancel your conference call when you face a problem with the system last minute and don’t know what to do. This means you might need to hire an IT specialist.

Quality during screen sharing

The quality of your video conferencing call deteriorates when you use the screen-sharing feature. PowerPoints are often part of a video conference, so we can imagine this is a disadvantage. 

Alternative video conferencing system

Would you like to switch to another video conferencing system, or are you still looking for a system that suits your business’ needs? An alternative to the Cisco video conferencing system is Teemyco. Teemyco is a video conferencing system that focuses on remote teams and is ideal for start ups and scale ups. This conference calling system has the following advantages:


●  Cost-effective

●  Easily accessible through browser, web or mobile app

●  It brings teams together from anywhere in the world

●  Scales easily for your business: add floors and redesign office using build mode

●  No special hardware is required: install in minutes and begin adding your team

●  Data safe


So consider all the pros and cons of a video conferencing system beforehand to make an informed decision. This way, it’s a one-time investment that you and your team will enjoy for a long time! 

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Daniel Tano
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