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The latest updates from the world of Real-time Communication!
WebRTC is bringing real time communications to applications, website and devices, and the industry continues to grow each week. Here are the top WebRTC stories this week.

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Video conferencing has gained a lot of momentum during the last few years due to the many benefits that come with it, especially with enterprise communications. Using video in enterprises boost employee productivity and cut down costs. In fact, a survey from Interact Group shows that 94 percent of respondents believe video conferencing improves employee productivity while another 87 percent believe that it cuts travel costs and expedites the decision making process.

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One of the pledges of the Mozilla Foundation is to build and enable open-source technologies and communities. Those are great ideals if everything everyone created was open source, but copyright laws and free enterprise make that impossible. While Mozilla and its browser, Firefox, try to make every new technology available for its users, there are instances in which copyright laws prohibit the company from offering these services, and in this case it is movies and TV shows.

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Whether you’re shopping online, taking an online class or just getting in touch with friends and family, real time video, voice and chat communication are becoming integrated into our virtual lives. OpenClove, a provider of cloud-based communications services for Web and mobile applications, expects to see major disruption from real time communication technologies like WebRTC in retail and education industries, and is working to enable developers to bring the next generation of communications functionality into Web and mobile apps…

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