What, There's Something Better Than Real-Time?

That's the title of my new article that was posted yesterday on No Jitter. This marks the start of me being a regular contributor, where I'll be posting there once every six weeks. I think of No Jitter as a cousin with UCStrategies, and for this writing, I'm part of a rotating group of UC Experts where we take turns to produce articles for No Jitter on a weekly basis.

My first post is a play on the classic 2000 Year Old Man routine from Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner, where it is becoming apparent that there is something better than real-time communication when it comes to collaboration. This would have been unthinkable just a few years ago, but times are changing. Hopefully that piques your interest, and if you enjoy my analysis, please say so, as I'd love to create some dialog with readers.