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Real Time Communications Week in Review: Mobiliya, BroadVision, Kandy

August 08, 2015

Real Time Communications are transforming the way we communicate and collaborate. But there is still a lot to improve upon and a brighter future, with even more real-time capabilities coming. This week, RTCWorld took a closer look at the ways WebRTC, cloud and UC solutions are changing the workforces of today and what’s in store for the future.




A special feature from Mobiliya Technologies CEO, Krish Kupathil talked about the ways technologies of today are transforming the workplaces of tomorrow. The main difference that’s fostering change is that the workforce today is mostly 20-somethings who are already tech savvy, always using mobile devices, and ready to collaborate efficiently. But along with their increased use of new tools, comes the risk of security at a corporate level.

Also this week, Ty Levine, the vice president of Marketing and Business Development at BroadVision offered a special guest feature that looked at the ways remote team collaboration can be successful. With more and more staff and management located in various locations—the business landscape is a whole new beast today. But the new distances doesn’t mean communications and management have to suffer; new technologies are in place to blur that distance and make remote collaboration possible. Read more to see how to make it a success.  

Not just large enterprises with remote staff, but even small businesses are finding benefit in the latest technologies. Cloud technologies make it so that small businesses can still function and be run from remote locations, and without all of the capital and investment once required for in-house systems and teams.

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Finally, this week we caught up with the grand prize runner up from the recently concluded Kandy Throw Down event to find out more about the offering and how RTC has improved it.

Vernes Okanovich and Khalil Jammal produced an application called Study Buddy and added IM functionality using Kandy during the event.

This connected social network offers tutoring for college students so they can connect and study. Read more about it HERE.

That’s all for this week. Be sure to check back for all the latest Real Time Communications news as it happens. Until next week …



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