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WebRTC is a technology not a solution

WebRTC is a building block to be used when developing solutions. Comparing it to solutions is the wrong approach.

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WebRTC is a marathon not a sprint

WebRTC requires an ongoing investment that doesn’t lend itself to a one-off outsourced project. You need to plan and work with it longtime.

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What is the WebRTC leak test and should you be worried about it?

Hearing FUD around WebRTC IP leaks and testing them? The stories behind them are true, but only partially.

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WebRTC reduced barriers and increased innovation in communications

What WebRTC did to VoIP was reduce the barrier of entry to new vendors and increased the level and domains of innovation.

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FIDO Alliance and the end of 2FA revenue to CPaaS vendors

With FIDO coming to replace passwords in applications, CPaaS vendors are likely to decline in 2FA revenues.

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WebRTC video calling table stakes
WebRTC video calling table stakes

What was nice to have is now becoming mandatory in WebRTC video calling applications. This includes background blurring, but also a lot of other features as well.

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3 advantages of Anycast in WebRTC you didn’t know about

Anycast enables WebRTC services to better manage and optimize global deployments at scale.

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[email protected] summary and insights

[email protected] was Facebook’s virtual WebRTC event, covering current and future topics. Here’s the summary so you can pick and choose the relevant ones for you.

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WebRTC, BlogGeek.me, 2022 & 10 years of blogging

How time flies when you’re having fun… For me the definition of fun was starting BlogGeek.me, deciding to write about WebRTC for the first time and having 10 years fly by.

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