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on December 16th, 2013

#5 Reasons Why Video Calls are Important for Businesses

#1 Save Time – Gone are those days when company executives used to travel to distant places for meetings! The desk is the hub of any and every meeting now. Video calling is the significant tool for saving travel time. This time can be put to use productively in the development of the business and spending time with family. With the advent of WebRTC, video calls are just one click away! Now video calling requires no download and is completely plugin free.

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on December 9th, 2013

The Browser is the New Conference Room

You heard that right! The browser on your laptop and mobile devices is now your new Conference Room. No more investing on high end videoconferencing solutions and spending time for the availability of conference rooms! You can video conference with up to four participants right through your browser. Making a video call could not be easier than 1Click! (more…)
on November 29th, 2013

1Click Makes an Appearance at Dreamforce

Dreamforce is Salesforce’s annual user and developer conference held in San Francisco. It is the biggest cloud computing event of the year where 1Click.io made its first appearance. Ram Bhoopalam, business strategist at 1Click.io was in San Francisco to attend this gala event. Here are a few pictures he captured at Dreamforce. (more…)
on November 29th, 2013

Mayday or Helpout or 1Click ?

Amazon Mayday

Recently, the internet was abuzz with Amazon Kindle’s Mayday feature. The Kindle Fire HDX’s Mayday is a single button call to Amazon’s support. This service enables users to connect to a remote technical support representative to solve issues with their tablets. When a Mayday session is in progress, the Kindle’s front facing camera is turned off. This puts the user in a one-way video chat, where the support executive cannot see the user. Through Mayday, live support is a dream come true for Amazon.   (more…)
on November 29th, 2013

WebRTC for Businesses

What is WebRTC?

WebRTC is browser on steroids! It is “Skype” and “Cisco” telepresence in the browser. Web Real Time Communication or WebRTC enables browser-to-browser rich media communication. Myriad of companies are currently known to be working on WebRTC. Internet’s leading working group charters, W3C’s Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) and IETF’s Real-Time Communication in WEB-browsers (Rtcweb), are working towards standardizing  rich media communication for the next generation browsers. (more…)