WebRTC: Make a call from your browser. No downloads, no plug-ins. What’s not to like?
Is this the new tech that could help the operators turn the tide against the OTT players?
This is a good quick and easy read to get you in the WebRTC loop. And the author Tim Green seems to be far more bullish on what WebRTC means for telcos compared to some prophets of doom out there. http://ht.ly/mtfzq
Firefox 22 launches with built-in WebRTC support for video and voice calls from the browser without plugins. With Google and Opera supporting WebRTC and Microsoft indicating it will join the party later, Apple remains in the cold. Do you think this disruptive technology is an opportunity or a threat to telcos? http://ht.ly/moRRa
According to Forbes, understanding the 5 trends shaping the future of work will allow you to better adapt to the changes impacting the way we work and thereby your organisation’s continued existence. These five trends are: changing behaviors shaped by social media, new collaborative technologies, a shift to the cloud, millennials becoming the majority workforce and mobility. http://ht.ly/mmHje
Governments are turning to encryption and digital certificates to secure email and online transactions. This short overview of the Philippines government’s plans is an example of how governments are beefing up security in their internal and customer facing systems in order to provide their customers with secure communication and thereby enable new services and applications http://ht.ly/mmjTq
FNB to launch MVNO with Cell C to compete against Vodacom, MTN and Telkom Mobile? http://ht.ly/m8sjH
Business social networks may evoke divergent emotions in users but they’re here to stay http://ht.ly/m22v8
How to avoid Big Brother’s gaze – deciding on the level of encryption you should be using for your communications http://ht.ly/m1Z8r