Need more WebRTC content? I have a report and a whitepaper for you.
I have been working for the past couple of months on multiple projects. It so happens that 3 of them have come to publishable milestones this weekend, so I decided to announce them here.
The first one is the WebRTC Index. There’s already another post for this one from yesterday. The other two are just as interesting.
WebRTC for Business People is now Free
I have been asked multiple times in the past to open up the WebRTC for Business People report. To make it available at a lower price and accessible to a larger audience.
With the help of the good guys at Kandy.io, who were kind enough to sponsor that additional effort, this has now become a reality.
To top it off, the report is now accessible in 3 different formats:
- Traditional PDF, which can be downloaded from Kandy’s website
- HTML right off this blog. You can access it here
- A Kindle book on Amazon (has a price tag on it, as it seems that starting a book at zero cost is challenging on Amazon)
Feel free to provide your feedback here or on the Amazon store.
WebRTC in the Enterprise Whitepaper
Voxbone asked me a while ago to author a whitepaper about WebRTC in the Enterprise.
They opened up the door for me to put this in writing in a single long form format, which I like doing. Besides saying what the topic is, they left me alone with my thoughts and the results are now available through NoJitter.
If you are looking at WebRTC and how it fits within the enterprise, then this can be a good resource to start with. And again – I’d appreciate your comments and feedback.
I am already working on new reports and content. To that end, I might be changing a bit the format I use and play with it.
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