Web Conference Recording Use Case
draft-kyzivat-siprec-webconf-use-case-00

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Authors Paul Kyzivat  , Michael Yan 
Last updated 2013-11-17 (latest revision 2013-05-16)
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Abstract

The current work of SIPREC will soon finish. As its charter defined, SIPREC has covered industries like financial trading floors, contact center and emergency service bureaus. But when talking about products or solutions like data or web conferencing, SIPREC is insufficient to record all aspects of calls with different interactive media channels. This draft tries to show a use case for web conference recording and show how it can work well under SIPREC mechanism.

Authors

Paul Kyzivat (pkyzivat@alum.mit.edu)
Michael Yan (michael.yan@huawei.com)

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