Technology ArticlesThe ways we eat power and produce commodities are changing. This transformation may gain advantage the global economic system, but useful resource producers will have to adapt to remain aggressive.

Policy makers may seize the productivity benefits of this resource revolution by embracing technological change and allowing a nation’s power mix to shift freely, at the same time as they address the disruptive effects of the transition on employment and demand. Resource exporters whose finances depend on resource endowments might want to discover alternative sources of revenue. Importers may replenish strategic reserves of commodities whereas costs are low, to safeguard towards supply or price disruptions, and invest in infrastructure and education. Create a profile to get full access to our articles and studies, together with those by McKinsey Quarterly and the McKinsey Global Institute, and to subscribe to our newsletters and email alerts.

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WebRTC services allow for secure audio and video communication. They do not require special software or programs and are supported by most browsers. WebRTC applications provide students and educators with an effective way to communicate with one another. They also help to reduce frustration in the classroom and facilitate student interaction. There are still a lot of benefits of using WebRTC Services for online education that you should know about. Read more to find out about these benefits.

Facilitates Face-to-Face Communication

WebRTC services allow users to interact with each other in real-time. Many educational institutions have implemented WebRTC technology, enabling teachers and students to attend online classes using video conferencing. This technology is flexible and easy to integrate into any software program. As a result, thousands of courses are delivered over these online learning platforms each year.

The benefit of WebRTC services for online education includes the ability to view …

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