Announcing my Virtual Coffee sessions

May 17, 2017

Time to start another ongoing project. This time – my Monthly Virtual Coffee sessions about WebRTC, CPaaS, APIs and comms in general.

Some time in 2015-2016, I decided to host Virtual Coffee sessions. Once a month, I’d pick a subject, create a presentation and host a meeting with my customers. All of them. It was open for questions and it was fun. It stopped because… I don’t know. It just did.

Ever since then, I wanted to do something similar. I found I like talking and interacting with people, and I want to do it more.

Which is why I am now announcing the new Virtual Coffee with Tsahi.

Here’s how it will go down:

  • The live sessions are free to join. For anyone
  • Recording of the session will be available to my customers only
  • Topic will be selected and announced a week or more in advance
  • This will happen once a month. Hopefully

How will this be announced?

I won’t be using this blog to publish future sessions – sorry.

The sessions will be announced through Crowdcast (the service I started using for such events lately), so follow me there. And through my newsletter, so if you’re not subscribed – do it now.

What topics will I cover?

I really don’t know…

If you want something specific – drop me a line.

Our 1st Virtual Coffee together

The first topic I want to tackle?

CPaaS, WebRTC, Differentiation and M&A

When? May 23 @ 15:30 EDT

There are over 20 different CPaaS vendors out there, and that number is growing and shrinking at the same time:

  • AT&T closing their Enhanced WebRTC APIs
  • Cisco acquiring Tropo
  • Vonage acquiring Nexmo
  • CLX Communication acquiring Sinch
  • RingCentral adding APIs to its UCaaS
  • TeleSign announcing self service CPaaS, only to get acquired

I want to take the time to review some of this M&A activities, as well as show how different vendors are trying to differentiate themselves from the rest of the crowd.

Oh – if you you have questions for this already – just ask them on Crowdcast once you register.

See you there!


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  1. Hi Tsahi,

    unfortunatley I couldn’t make it last night, will it be possible to rewatch the webinar?
    I can’t find the recording on crowdcast.

    Best
    Kai

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