Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com

Feb 24 2014   2:59PM GMT


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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


Related Terms

real-time communications
Google Hangouts
unified communications

Related Tags

Business Video Conferencing
Collaboration Apps for UC

Required Reading

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.

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