|By Elizabeth White||
|April 4, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
While affordable and convenient, Skype is not an acceptable platform for business communications. While it may suffice for personal use and even SMBs, enterprise organizations need more substantial services with the quality, security and interoperability to handle video conferencing smoothly around the globe. Contrarily, WebRTC has the potential to overcome the incompatibility issues that have plagued the UC market for many years, and now that the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) is driving the audio and video codec standards, they've already ratified the audio standards (i.e., Opus), and they're getting close to choosing the video standard - this is going to be big deal for UC this year.
In his session at 2nd WebRTC Summit, Vishal Brown, VP of Professional Services at Yorktel, will address Skype's current place in the market landscape, where WebRTC is now, and where it will be tomorrow. He will focus on current stakeholders and how service providers can best utilize this technology to address mobility, security, and other factors driving a global marketplace.
Vishal Brown is VP of Professional Services at Yorktel. He has over 15 years of experience in focusing large enterprises on the key initiatives needed to improve communication within their organization. This includes not just implementing unified communication solutions, but also thought leadership and strategic planning, policies and procedures to make the initiative effective. He joined Yorktel in September of 2011 as the Vice President of Professional Services responsible for delivering advisory services to help businesses and government agencies develop and implement plans for effective video communications.
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