Will Microsoft’s Acquisition of LinkedIn Change the WebRTC Landscape?
Microsoft just acquired LinkedIn. What are the points of integration, and will WebRTC and real time communications be a part of it?
05 Apr 2016
Messaging apps are in migration from the web browser towards desktop applications. This happens mainly by wrapping web apps into PC apps. Why is that happening, and how does the future look?
29 Mar 2016
Need a messaging framework? Should you buy one or build your own? There's no easy answer, but I'd lean towards buying a platform any day of the week.
Google partnering with carriers and the GSMA around RCS won't change its efforts around WebRTC or the bright future ahead of WebRTC. The two aren't competing with each other and serve different purposes inside Google.
23 Feb 2016
Are you thinking of using messaging platforms to connect to with your customers programmatically? Think again - there are risks involved in this adventure - you might find yourself with no access to your customers at some point in the future, so tread carefully.
16 Feb 2016
WhatsApp and Messenger live under the same roof - Facebook. And yet, they seem to be competing with each other just as fiercely as with external services.
09 Feb 2016
Have you noticed how your messaging app is growing in size? You should. With these apps reaching into the billions of users, it is time we put them on a diet.
26 Jan 2016
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Messaging is a lot more than interaction between people today. It connects us to businesses, it incorporates AI and commerce - and it is all about the experience. Where is Faceook headed with it and how does the future of messaging look like?
19 Jan 2016
Got a messaging service? Nobody cares if it is federated or a silo anymore - just make sure there's a nice API for it so we can integrate with it with relative ease. The rest will sort itself out.
Video calling won't catch up this year. Or the next. Or the one after it. WebRTC is helping, but there's a fundamental reason why it won't happen.