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All applications to feature 'contextual communications' inside


10 May, 2016 03:30 pm

When we talk about monolithic disconnected applications, these are simply the perfectly functional legacy apps that we have been quite happy with for the last quarter century and more.


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Soon though, monolithic disconnected won't cut it any more.
 
A new era of connected applications is on the way where every app in every use case features 'native' abilities to offer communication connection with other users.
 
According to a recent news report, "The point here is, this is not an example of an app that a user might 'communicate about' using the various communications apps (voice, chat, social, video conferencing etc.) on their device. This is an app using communications (secure ones, as it happens) 'inside' the app."
TAKEAWAY THOUGHTDriven by the tides of collaboration, Unified Communications (UC), social, email and more - our next generation of applications will be always on and always connected. As such, communications capabilities must be part of every piece of software design.
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