WebRTC for Business People: The Research Paper

November 11, 2013

My paper is out.

WebRTC for Business PeopleThis is a quick one – been writing too many words this month already for this research paper, but I like how it turned out.

I’ve been looking at the WebRTC ecosystem for almost two years now. A long time.

A lot has changed. From a handful of companies, I am now tracking over 250 vendors and services out there – with more being added daily. The research paper is a piece of that. It target those who want to know what WebRTC is, to understand what it does, how it does it and why it is so different from what came before. I tried incorporating in it what WebRTC isn’t – the things you shouldn’t expect from it, the challenges for developers and those who wish to run a successful service with WebRTC.

When I wrote it, I didn’t have in my mind my old VoIP world, but rather the web world – the place where innovation and creativity flourishes these days. This is also how I picked up the 30 different vendor stories in this paper.

It is also my first “product” as a consultant, and the first research paper of this length that I have written. This is why I decided to do the launch in this specific way:

  • Those who purchase it in the first month – until December 13 to be exact – gets $100 early bird discount
  • If you purchase a single license and want to switch to a corporate license – the cost is only the difference between the two licenses
  • For those purchasing within the first month – your feedback is VERY important to me. I might even decide to make some amendments to the paper based on it and republish it with the suggested improvements
  • There’s an online tool called WebRTC Insights. Didn’t have time to finalize it. Once it is finalized, you get free access to it for a month. 3 months for those purchasing it in the early bird timeframe

So what are you waiting for?

Head on to the WebRTC for Business People page – you’ll find there all you need to know, including the table of contents and a few additional words about this paper.

If you are undecided, but want to keep track of this research paper, then the best way is to subscribe by email.

Got any questions about this paper? Just contact me or leave comments here.

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