About milton

Milton is the CEO of VSee, a startup that makes the simplest video conference and screen share tool for virtual teams to meet online. VSee serves more than 8000 enterprises including IBM, the Navy SEALs, and US Congress and was used at President Obama's inauguration. Milton founded VSee following his PhD at Stanford University on the human factors of video collaboration. He has deployed VSee for Hillary Clinton, Angelina Jolie, Mandy Moore, the band Linkin Park, and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon. He has also worked in refugee camps from Syria to South East Asia to Africa. Milton is the co-author of XMPP video standard and winner of the DEMO God Award. He loves reading biographies and doing experiments on how people communicate.

3 thoughts on “Skype/Microsoft Will Kill Polycom by 2017, Polycom Rolls Out New Cloud Video Conference Offering to Stay Alive

  1. Dear Faithless,

    we are working hard on Android – but unfortunately not yet :(

    vsee security is based on FIPS 140-2, for anything dealing w/ security, it is better to make it as simple as possible and as open as possible. Proprietary approach is not the secure way to go about things!

  2. Yeah, security is a big deal to me, too (which is why Skype just isn’t an option for me, outside of casual social interactions)… I prefer RHUB’s appliance, because it works from behind my firewall (instead of outside of it).

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