Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Word of the Day
Today’s WhatIs.com Word of the Day is WebRTC, an open source project that seeks to embed real-time voice, text and video communications capabilities in Web browsers. With WebRTC, end-users do not have to download a special software application or use the same client to communicate directly with each other. WebRTC is expected to make video communication more user-friendly.
Quote of the Day
“One of the most promising WebRTC applications is to allow customers, partners and remote employees use a Web browser to connect to corporate communications servers.” — Irwin Lazar
What WebRTC applications will and won’t do for enterprises
UC analysts and vendors discuss what emerging WebRTC applications will offer enterprises.
WebRTC primer: Using Web browsers for calls and video conferencing
Learn how WebRTC to use a Web browser to talk, text, chat or video conference without downloading any software, clients or plug-ins.
A guide to WebRTC
Real-time communications will help end users speak with ease over the internet. Simon Bisson takes a look at how the systems work.