Tag: video collaboration

Young Entrepreneurs Love VSee!

  Students from the National University of Singapore visit VSee – “V” for VSee! Last week, a high spirited group of entrepreneuring students from the National University of Singapore (NUS) came to visit our office. As part of the NUS innovative Local Enterprise Achiever Development (iLEAD) program, they were on a trip to visit innovative…

VSee: Video Chat + Collaboration Go Together Like Chips and Salsa

“So how is VSee different from Skype?” This is one of the most commonly asked questions we get at VSee.   It’s one of those things that’s hard to explain unless you’ve seen VSee in action.  I like how E27’s Joanna Yeo says it in her recent VSee article: VSee…

VSee For Mac Is Officially Out!

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In the Year of Video Calling

VSee vs. Vidyo: Simplicity Is Key

Why Team Building Retreats Don’t Improve Team Work

In a study of virtual teams, Stanford management science professor Pamela Hinds found that 6 months after virtual team members participated in an intense week-long team building retreat there was zero correlation to their ability to work together.  Hinds believes that in order to increase a group’s relational coordination or ability to…

Back to the enterprise

Cisco’s foray into the consumer market has proved too challenging for the networking giant. This morning, Cisco Systems announced that it would cut 550 jobs as part of its plan to exit some of its consumer business. This includes closing the video recording device division which manufactures the once-great Flip…

Cisco WebEx: “Little to no Work-Life Balance”

2011 ACM Conference on CSCW

VSee is a participant at the 2011 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Hangzhou, China. This is the first time the conference has been held outside of North America. Besides being an attendee at this conference, Milton Chen, Founder & CEO of VSee, had the opportunity to present…

VSee at the Sales 2.0 Conference

VSee participated in the Sales 2.0 Conference held at the Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco earlier this month. The team (both in person and remote) had a great time introducing VSee to the experienced and field-seasoned sales leaders. We were really encouraged that they loved how VSee would help…

Skype and GoToMeeting, together at last?

As you’ve no doubt heard by now, Skype and GoToMeeting (Citrix) are banding together to try and shore up each other’s weaknesses as collaborative business tools.  The former has begun asking $9 a month for group calling but has a limited screenshare and no collaborative tools; the latter charges even…

A Videoconferencing Success Story

I know I’m going to sound cheesy when I say this, but I was really touched and impressed by Sonnenwald et al’s (2002) patience and determination to truly use videoconferencing technologies to increase collaboration.  Even though their action research project was with large groups (30-110 people) in academic institutions, they…

Major New Release: 11.0.0.202.

We’re only one month into 2011 and we’re already introducing a major new release of VSee!  There are some significant and exciting changes, so please set your preferences to “automatically update” or just download the new version right here! (And then set your preferences to “automatically update”.) You have to…

Skype 5.0 News: 6 Reasons Redux

Yesterday while I was at a conference Skype announced on their blog that they were dropping the ‘beta’ label from their Mac release, and that group calling would now be a paid feature.  Obviously, I had to respond.  🙂 I have a lot of fun talking about Skype because I…

iPads, Kindles, Netflix, and Video Collaboration

Why do iPads do so well despite being underpowered as computers? Why does Netflix do so well regardless of only TV and movie media offerings? Why do Kindles do so well when all they do is display and annotate books? What these three things have in common is that they…

GUI 3.0!!! VSee v.726 is live

If you have your installation of VSee set for automatic update, you may have launched it to discover your GUI looks very different from a few days ago. That’s because we just released 726, which, in addition to many other improvements, includes a major overhaul of our already simplified interface…

Videoconferencing on Who’s Budget?

We’re Changing our Pricing!

These are some great, important changes that for most of you, well, won’t change anything. 🙂  Feel free to peruse the new pricing and our forum announcement.  It becomes effective April 1st. Here’s the lowdown: For everyone who’s using VSee for personal use, it will continue to be free.  “But will…

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