WebRTC was designed for P2P connections. But is that the fastest and most reliable Internet path? In theory, it should be. In...
Peer-to-peer versus client/server
WebRTC was designed for P2P connections. But is that the fastest and most reliable Internet path? In theory, it should be. In practice, you may be heading down a dirt road in Tennessee.Chris Koehncke
We are pleased to announce that we’ll be hosting a Kranky Geek WebRTC event in Bengaluru, India on Saturday, March 19th at the MLR Convention Center. Hosted by Google with support from additional sponsors, this half day fast paced event promises to be our best yet. We’re keen to hear from local start-ups or interesting local [...]Chris Koehncke
Screen sharing. It’s a busy market of competitors, from granddaddies like WebEx and GoToMeeting, and upstarts like join.me chasing the middle of the market. From these top 3, there 10’s of others offering screen sharing focused as into a specific vertical, work application or simply going head to head with the big boys. A new [...]Chris Koehncke
Cisco held a 3-day summit here in San Francisco to announce new enhancements to Spark, a Slack-like team communications offering. I wasn’t invited nor did I attend. I did, however, watch the live cast, talk with people who did attend and went thru every bit of publicity material, news and blog articles I could find on these [...]Chris Koehncke
Are you listening to me? Probably not. Survey’s have shown that the typical person is only listening about 45% of the time, which consequently means they’re talking 55% of the time. Not listening can also cost you money, Marc Wayshak, Contributor at Entrepreneur Magazine in his research found that poorer performing [...]Chris Koehncke