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The benefits of WebRTC can be expressed in two ways, from either the Web server or the user point of views. Together, these two benefits define the way WebRTC will affect the communications environment.
WebRTC has been gaining a lot of traction and attention, but as it's still new, there's still a low level of understanding about it for many people. As such, this seems like a good time to offer a little education about what WebRTC is.
WebRTC is about to change the way we communicate, and the business and technology worlds are scrambling to get ready for it. As consumers, there is nothing we need to do, except wait for the benefits it will bring to us.
The holiday period is unlike any other - the food, the social gatherings, the traditions, the TV specials and seasonal radio stations, the lights and, of course, the presents. But before any gifts can be wrapped, given and opened, they must be purchased, which means a visit to a store, either physical or virtual. Either way, the miracle of Christmas presents an opportunity to deliver a positive customer experience - or something less.


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