Unified Communications is Overrated

Communication is... overrated

Communication is necessary, but is overrated in the importance of a single vendor to offer it across the board – its values aren’t as cherished as they used to be.

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Can Wire Succeed Where Talko Failed?

Wire is... on a wire

Talko got acquired, saving it from getting bust. Switch raised funding. Where is Wire headed, and how far is it from success? If anything, Wire needs to pivot.

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When is 44.5 Billion a Small Number?

Microsoft playing the number games with Edge adoption stats

Microsoft Edge has been used 44.5 billion minutes last month. Is that a big number of a small one, and what does it say about ORTC and WebRTC adoption? Why is Microsoft faltering with Edge, and it is there anything they can really do to improve that?

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The Rise of WebRTC Broadcast and Live Streaming

WebRTC broadcast use cases

WebRTC broadcast is a new type of a solution that has sprouted in 2015 and is bound to grow in 2016. Here’s where we’re at with WebRTC live streaming today, and what will be the focus moving forward in these types of use cases.

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The Browser Wars are Back

The browser wars - a game of chess

Browser vendors are preparing themselves for another technology war, where each is trying to outdo the other and gain market share. What are the recent moves the browser vendors have done and how will that shape our future?

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