VSee At VoIP Users Conference

Last Friday, Milton our fearless CEO, was the guest speaker for the hour-long VoIP Users Conference (VUC).   If you’ve never been to a Milton talk, he’s really good at inspiring you to try out VSee, and I, personally, always end up learn something new from him.   Besides highlighting how VSee’s design philosophy makes it more collaborative than other products, he also answered a lot of great questions you may also have had about VSee, such as

  • How is VSee different from Google+ video chat?
  • Does VSee plan to have WebRTC integration for those without the VSee client?
  • What makes VSee more secure than H.323/SIP videoconferencing?

If you want to hear some of the answers and get a more in-depth look at VSee, you can listen to a recording of Milton’s talk here or share the talk with a friend.

About VUC

Btw, VUC is a weekly program that holds fairly technical live discussions with a guest speaker about “VoIP, SIP, Asterisk and all kinds of telephony-related topics,” which means that you’ve got a shot at getting your more difficult questions answered :)  The discussion is held live each Friday at 9 AM PST or 12 noon EST, and they’ve got it going by phone, Skype, SIP, and Google+ Hangouts.  There is also an IRC (chatroom) you want to hop on so you can make side talk and ask questions without being disruptive.  Listeners from all over the world call in, and they record all their shows in case you have to miss it.  If you want to pop in on a talk sometime, you may want to check out their schedule of upcoming speakers.

 

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VSee Challenges Microsoft Communicator/Lync For Remote Work


Milton has been packing in the summer talks.  Lucky for us VSee gives him the super power of being in two places at the same time.  On Saturday, he was at the Himalayan Youth Summit in Oakland encouraging Nepalese youth  and giving career advice.  (You can check out this photo gallery for some beautiful pictures from the event.  There aren’t any pictures of Milton, I’m afraid, but here is a video recording of the talks.  Milton’s talk starts at the 10:50 mark.)

Two days later, he was speaking at an Infocomm Development Authority (IDA*) workshop “in” Singapore challenging the use of Microsoft Communicator and Lync for Continue reading