WebRTC is an open source project that provides web
browsers and mobile applications with real time communication through APIs
without the need
to installing any software. It works like magic! It allows video and audio by
allowing peer to peer connections. Here's my top 3 list of products I find easy
to integrate and cost effective for businesses.
Agora provides multi-party
video and chat APIs for the web, and mobile apps.
You can pay as you go so there's no upfront costs and you can start with a free
trial of up to 10,000 free minutes the first month.
This tool allows managers and leads assign tasks to their teams and keep track of
the progress of each task assigned. You can also integrate 3rd party tools such
to notify managers when each task is being updated. There's also a due date
field where you can check and see your progress.
Vidyo is a web conferencing
platform primarily focusing on telemedicine and telehealth.
Their software is Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
compliant. Also includes electronic health information protection and is great
for healthcare companies. A price of $65/month gets you ongoing support and
includes up to 6500 minutes of real-time communications.
Vonage offers interactive video,
video broadcast, voice (via SIP), and text messaging (via SMS/chat). A
monthly base fee of $9.99
includes 2000 subscribed minutes (it is per receiver, and the sender does
not pay for upstreaming their video). Higher volumes are priced in tiers
starting at $0.00475/subscribed minute for the 2 000-100 000 minutes and
thereafter decreases to $0.00400/subscribed minute.
TokBox’s free SDK is compatible with all browsers and mobile systems.
WebRTC has become scalable, has secure peer to peer connections, and is
supported in every browser. If you are looking to find developers to
integrate video and chat using webrtc, feel free to reach out to us for more
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