In the midst of the hectic work days we all experience, it can be a challenge to stay ahead of ever-changing technology. It’s time to get inspired and see what’s coming down the pike. Here are a few interesting industry news items that you may have missed in the commotion.
Is 2018 going to be “the” year for WebRTC?
A panel at this week’s Enterprise Connect conference posed that exact question. If you’ve ever used voice or video communication in a social media app, or if you’ve used the guest join feature of UCx, then you’ve already experienced WebRTC in action. But where else could WebRTC be applied? How about in healthcare, for a remote doctor’s visit or therapy session? Or in education, to create a virtual classroom? Check out this article on No Jitter to get the full scoop.
SD-WAN and security go hand-in-hand
When SD-WAN first started to hit the streets, most companies only thought about it as a network connectivity option. Now that they’re more comfortable with what SD-WAN can do, they’re realizing that it’s not a security concern – in fact, it enhances their existing network security infrastructure. Network World has more details on this revelation.
Enabling digital transformation with mobility
“Digital transformation” is more than a trending buzzword: it’s happening everywhere. When your plumber or electrician walks in to your house carrying an iPad, or when you pull up a store’s app while you’re out shopping, you’re experiencing digital transformation. When done correctly, digital transformation makes it very easy for a customer to interact with you – and mobile devices are the key to this paradigm shift. Read more on SearchMobileComputing.
What emerging technology is most inspiring to you? Do you have any other favorites that we haven’t mentioned here? Let us know in the comments below!
About the Author
Stacey Kendall is a Product Marketing Manager at TPx Communications. Her role is focused on marketing for TPx’s suite of Communications & Collaboration offerings, including the UCx Hosted Unified Communications Service and SmartVoice SIP Trunking. Stacey holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing with a specialization in Information Technology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She resides in the greater Boston area.