Case Studies

VSee, DLR, Grossman Burn Foundation, and Hollywood Special Effects Legend Team Up To Help Victims of Domestic Violence

In the developing world burns are common as most people cook over fires.  Clothing catches on fire, hot oil gets spilled and lives are forever changed or often even lost. Over the holidays our friend Randy Roberson from Disaster Logistics Relief (DLR) shared with us how VSee telemedicine has been…

VSee for St. Martin Parish School District

For supervisors of technology Redell Louis and Kellie LeBlanc, video conferencing was a necessity.  The question was how to get it. Continue Reading…

VSee in Gabon: Remote Ultrasound and the African Mother (Part 2)

maternity ward at Albert Schweitzer In a previous blog post, Penny talked about the unique opportunity we had to travel to Gabon to deploy VSee telemedicine for the The Albert Schweitzer Hospital (HAS). The hospital was the first one to be established in Gabon nearly 100 years ago and continues…

VSee in Gabon: The Albert Schweitzer Hospital and Surfing Hippos (Part 1)

I don’t of know of too many tech startups that would send you to Africa on a humanitarian trip, but I just got back from an amazing trip to the West African country of Gabon.  It’s a small, beautiful country of about 5 1.5 million people located on the equator just…

VSee vs. ooVoo: A Look At Video Quality, Collaboration, and Security

Are VSee and ooVoo really that different? After all we both claim to have HD video conference, ongoing collaboration, free video calls, and no need for fancy equipment.  While I can’t tell you if VSee is the ooVoo alternative for your needs, I will point out some issues with video quality,…

VSee – The Next Breakthrough For Online Sales!

A couple of days ago, Milton got to share VSee with sales guru and SalesOpShop CEO Gerhard Gschwandtner.  He was quite impressed with VSee’s 1. Smooth video 2. One click desktop screen sharing 3. Window to window file sharing 4. Recording function with great audio/video sync. Check out Mr. Gschwandtner’s VSee interview with Milton on how…

Vote For VSee in Haiti – ATA Telemedicine Video Contest

Support VSee and vote today for the “Expect Telemedicine” video featuring VSee at work in Haiti.  Help move us into first place for the ATA Telemedicine Video Contest!  Voting ends tomorrow, Friday, September 7. VSee really makes telemedicine work in rural Haiti.  It has provided healthcare to 10,000 to 20,000 Haitians who…

VSee empowers HR recruiting and training

VSee is a robust online-based video tool that can be utilized in a number of applications. One of them is the field of human resource recruiting and training which I work on a fair bit. Thanks to the ease of creating and maintaining the video sessions, I find the combination…

VSee links Linkin Park to Rio+20

On June 19th in Rio De Janeiro, global leaders such as Ted Turner and Richard Branson assembled to have a conversation with people around the world about how technology and social media have impacted conversations about global social issues. Complementing the concurrent United Nations Rio+20 conference, the Rio+Social conference included…

Gabriel of Darfur United celebrates the birth of his daughter from Iraq!

We just learned that long-time VSee users Gabriel and Katie-Jay Stauring used VSee to connect from different sides of the globe while Katie-Jay was in labor with their first child! Gabriel and Katie-Jay run i-ACT, a grassroots organization that combines innovative technology with personal connection to help victims of mass…

‎Linkin Park joins Rio+Social over VSee

You can watch the live stream here now. (Jun 19, 8am-6pm EST). Follow us on Twitter (@VSee) and Like us on Facebook to hear about the latest from VSee! 

VSee Wows Russian Researchers

One of the things I love about working at VSee is hearing stories about how VSee makes a real difference in people’s lives.  For some, VSee’s ability to deliver video over limited network capacities makes it the only means for them to access needed medical care or to see far away family.…

VSee Brings Health Interpretation Services to Burmese Refugees

The young Burmese mother had given up trying to communicate with doctors and nurses through the hospital’s occasional face-to-face interpreter.  She had been in the hospital with her sick 18-month-old baby for several days and was overwhelmed with frustration at being unable to express her concerns and to understand what was happening.  Fortunately,…

Videoconferencing Surgery: Future For the Developing World

A big thanks to guest blogger Cyndi Laurenti for her research on how telemedicine and telesurgery are positively affecting the developing world.  Cyndi recently graduated with a degree in International Relations and is interested in how public policy affects all spheres of life.  She can be reached at laurenticy@gmail.com. Videoconferencing has provided…

NIH Successfully Uses VSee For Medical Interpretation Over 3G Networks

While videoconferencing carts (H.323 standard definition) are supposed to be portable and easy to use, this isn’t necessarily the case. It becomes quite an inconvenience if the unit regularly needs to be set up in a room that is off its network, like the interpretation office of this study. The…

Stanford Study Shows Working From Home Is More Productive

Early last week Lifehacker posted a story about a recent Stanford University experiment on teleworkers in a Chinese travel agency.  It turns out that those who worked from home were significantly more productive (i.e. received more calls thus booked more flights) than their office-bound counterparts.  To be more precise, teleworkers logged…

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VSee For USC School of Pharmacy

We were very excited to talk with the University of Southern California (USC) School of Pharmacy last week and to learn how they are using VSee. They have been using VSee to broadcast lectures into an overflow room with three 65″ HDTVs. They have set it up with the video/lecturer…

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