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Real Time Comms
1:0 Real Time Communications
This Friday, October 27, 2017, the Kranky Geek team will be hosting for the 4th consecutive year our #webrtc event at Google San Francisco. It’s not too late to register at www.krankygeek.com! In the early days, the fact that WebRTC worked was amazing, even more so due to the simplicity. Imagine a complete audio/video [...]Chris Koehncke
Progressive Web Apps and WebRTC
Progressive web apps is the next big thing for Android mobile. WebRTC gets a free ride as Android/Chrome become more of an application environment.Chris Koehncke
WeChat moves to your restaurant (speed, efficiency and savings)
WeChat. Everyone in China is using it. But it's quickly become more than a chat app with payment processing and near Facebook-like capabilities. WeChat has been honing the platform for e-commerce capabilities, I tried it out in a Beijing restaurant as an menu/ordering platform and had my own wow moment.Chris Koehncke
What’s next after email and IM?
I dig into the attributes of the bare essentials of our business communication needs. Stripping back features to reveal the raw elements of how we humans engage in communications and what the tools of the future must solve to be relevant.Chris Koehncke
Changing markets for Real Time Comms
In the past months, I’ve talked to companies in the real-time communications marketplace. This includes companies selling “unified communications” otherwise known as telephone systems, file storage, video, messaging/chat, enterprise social networking and a host of others that I can’t put into a nice category. For [...]Chris Koehncke
Kranky Geek Bengaluru
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. [ecko_wide] [/ecko_wide] We’re keen to hear from local [...]Chris Koehncke