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Build or Buy: Why GuruMD opted to build their Telemedicine Video Conferencing App

When Texas natives, Clinton Osborn, MD, and Kassey Osborn, FNP-C, decided to launch GuruMD, a virtual medicine platform, they faced the same sort of questions that face so many telehealth pioneers. Should they build their own telehealth platform or is it better to buy a off-the-shelf virtual clinic platform, a type of a Platform as a Service (PaaS)? The build or buy decision can be a difficult one. Ultimately, for GuruMD the answer came down to these key considerations:…

GDPR and Future Privacy Legislation: What are your Options?

The implications of this new legislation are far-reaching, especially as it relates to the choice between cloud and on-premise options for real-time video communication. Furthermore, as recently seen in Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before the United States congress, other countries are beginning to take the issues of data ownership and privacy much more seriously than ever before...…

Winner of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers for 2018

Frozen Mountain is extremely proud to announce that we have been named as one of the winners of Canada’s Top 100 Small & Medium Employers for 2018. Now in its 5th year, Canada's Top Small & Medium Employers is a competition that recognizes the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that offer the nation's best workplaces and forward-thinking human resources policies. The award is adjudicated on eight criteria: physical workplace; work atmosphere and social...…

Introducing the Frozen Mountain Partner Program

It is with great pleasure that we announce the introduction of the Frozen Mountain Partner Program--an initiative aimed at developing mutually beneficial working relationships with software development companies and WebRTC advocates. As a software development company, you bring something unique to the table. You know that each customer has their own unique needs...…

Using Technology to Humanize a Digital World

The digital world is exceptionally diverse where humans have clashing views and assumptive opinions about each other. Social media exposes young people to a world of difference, but it does not offer the tools and skills on how to engage with each other’s differences. There is no safe space for inevitable difficult conversations. One nonprofit organization, Soliya, used WebRTC to create a video-chat Virtual Exchange platform to fill that gap....…

2017 - A Big Year for Product Development

It’s been a busy year for product development at Frozen Mountain. We released a brand new WebRTC server suite in June - LiveSwitch - which has had six incremental versions since it’s birth, and our WebRTC Client SDKs have had over two-dozen releases since January of this year. With a new release series about to be announced....…

Beyond Customer Service: Ownership in Software Development Services - Part 2

In Part 1 of this blog, we covered a few ways Frozen Mountain solves challenges that pop up during projects by always fully investigating the issues at hand. In this conclusion piece, we’re describing how we work after we figure out your application’s pain points. Once we have the necessary information, this is how we create your ideal application.…

Kranky Geek 2017 Overview

On Friday last week, we had the opportunity to sponsor and present at the Kranky Geek WebRTC Show in San Francisco. This is a unique event. It’s just a single day, and it’s packed with pre-screened, technical, 20-minute presentations from leading companies in the WebRTC space. Unlike most conferences, there isn’t much going on in the way of high-pressure sales. Instead, the presentations have a focus on education and giving the attendees (mostly developers) a chance to walk away having actually learned something new and useful.…

Beyond Customer Service: Ownership in Software Development Services - Part 1

In today’s global economy, companies that provide software development professional services are challenged to compete with worldwide offerings of similar services. How do companies that are based in the US, Canada or Europe compete with resources in other countries that have a lower cost workforce?…