Category WebRTC

WebRTC Webinar Recording

The playback for my WebRTC for Beginners webinar is available. Since I hate listening to myself talk, I will not be clicking on the link.  I was told that it went well, though.  The survey results were all positive and I received a number of positive comments.  I hope you enjoy it as much as […]

Webinar: WebRTC for Beginners

Are you baffled by WebRTC – what it is and what it is used for? Are you looking to rollout WebRTC within your enterprise, but aren’t sure of the best approach? Are you an old-school communications type who wants to stay relevant in an ever and fast changing industry? If so, you need to attend […]

MindMe: WebRTC for the Greater Good

It’s a sad fact, but in one way or another, most of us have been or will be touched by the suicide of a relative or friend. I have, and although I may not have been able to prevent either of the two deaths, I will go through life wondering if there was one or […]

A Look Back at 2015

2015 is drawing to a close and despite the holidays, I was able to eke out one last article for No Jitter this week.  Not to brag, but with this one I meet my goal of a new article every week (with one secret ghost written article). Here’s to a great 2016 for unified communications […]

The Moral Case for Unified Communications

Like many people across the world, I was enthralled by Pope Francis’ visit to the United States. I smiled at the images of him in that tiny black Fiat and listened intently to his speeches before the United States Congress, the United Nations staff, and the United Nations General Assembly. While I am not a […]

Striking the Right WebRTC Balance

I stir up controversy every time I say this, but I will say it anyway. WebRTC does not define a signaling protocol. This means that developers are free to use whatever method or protocol they want when they create their solutions. In my latest article for No Jitter, I introduce my readers to the AudioCodes […]

Saving Lives with WebRTC

Dynamic information such as GPS coordinates are known by Google, Siri and other Apps on a smart phone, but these Apps don’t have the way, or key, to share that information with the outside world. It’s available on the phone, but the 9-1-1 center can’t get at it. Even though my name doesn’t appear on […]

Solving the WebRTC Interoperability Problem

For me, the biggest concern with WebRTC is that it purposely does not define a signaling protocol. While the designers of WebRTC are proud of the flexibility this brings, pragmatic people like me are confused and frustrated. No standard signaling protocol means that there is no guarantee that anyone’s WebRTC application can talk to anyone […]

It’s Not Social…It’s Business

Will you be ready for the next new thing?  Are you prepared to meet the expectations of the web-based consumer?  Do you have a social media strategy?  What are you doing with WebRTC?  Have you upgraded to SIP? In my latest article for No Jitter, I explore how social media and business have merged.  It’s […]

Breaking Down Communications Jargon

Let’s face it. The communications industry is jargon filled to the point where we come off like a secret society. Our acronyms are the secret handshakes that either let you into the club or keep you out in the cold. In my latest article for No Jitter, I present a series of terms and concepts […]