Communication moved into the Browser
We see more and more communication taking part at or within the social networks. A lot of this voice and video services use the more or less new standard WebRTC. This stands for “Web Real Time Communications” and does what it says.
But overall WebRTC has a “disruptive” potential for all our communication technology and will be a game changer for our know digital communication in speech and video.
So if you are able to communicate within your browser, share video and even your desktop – why do we use so many other tools.
Simple – the new standard has not yet arrived at all kind of browser. Yes, most of the actual browser support 2016 at this time (end 2016) but not everybody is working with it yet.
WebRTC will change the way we work & communicate
– Detlev Artelt
Infographic 5 Things about WebRTC
Some more facts
A great news portal
A perfect resource for information about all kind of communication technology is the Portal “UCStrategies.com” made by Jim Burton and many other great communication experts like Evan Kristel from all around the world.
UCStrategies is an industry resource for enterprises, vendors, system integrators, and anyone interested in the growing Unified Communications arena. A supplier of objective information on Unified Communications, UCStrategies is supported by an alliance of leading communication industry Advisors, Analysts, and Consultants who have worked in the various segments of Unified Communications since its inception.
My search for new post about WebRTC comes back with a lot useful news and background information. Enjoy this here
Wikipedia about WebRTC
“WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is a collection of communications protocols and application programming interfaces that enable real-time communication over peer-to-peer connections. This allows web browsers to not only request resources from backend servers, but also real-time information from browsers of other users.
Now it is time to get your Feedback. Let me know your own idea about WebRTC and how disruptive you think this is.
- Do you plan to use WebRTC in your business
- Do you got the benefit this technology deliver
- Do you need to get some help?