Tag: VSee

Twitter Chief: “It’s really complex to make something simple.”

Bless you, Jack Dorsey. I certainly hope that designers of tech products, whether coders, GUI designers, network architects, whatever, absorb that statement: It’s really complex to make something simple. This isn’t a new statement.  Others have said it.  But perhaps when the founder of Twitter says it on Charlie Rose…then…

Happy Holidays from VSee!

Skype Crashing and Supernodes

Sometimes Christmas comes a few days early.  Forgive me for the Schadenfreude, but the fact that PC Mag, TechCrunch, GigaOm, BBC News, and so many other outlets discussed the BUSINESS IMPLICATIONS of Skype’s crash yesterday amuses me.  To quote Om Malik from GigaOm: …over past few years it has become…

The Dreamforce Pitch…

…and The 6 Month Challenge. We had an amazing time at Dreamforce.  More on that in another post. For now, watch Milton at Dreamforce telling you why you need VSee to help your sales teams: Dreamforce 2010: Milton Chen, VSee – Cutting Edge Video Conferencing In the Clouds, Reduce Sales…

Winners at Dreamforce Daily Draw!

CONGRATULATIONS! 4 lucky visitors of the VSee booth at Dreamforce 2010 have won for themselves a FREE VSee HD Telepresence Kit!

Richard Dreyfuss meets with Milton

Cisco Security Threat Announcement

“Until a patch is issued by the vendor, Matta recommends you unplug the device from its network socket.” – 11/17 advisory re: Cisco Unified Videoconferencing products Hoo boy.  Apart from staving off companies like ours, releasing expensive novelty items to home users, and then getting blasted in the stock market,…

VSee Enables Playing for Change LIVE: Uniting Cultures Through Music & Technology

Here is our press release that just went out this morning.  Please support what Playing for Change is doing and watch the event tomorrow at www.playingforchange.org/live! Tuesday November 16, 2010 – 10:00 AM EST Business Wire News Releases Released By VSee WHO: Playing for Change Foundation, VSee WHAT: Live Video-Synchronized Music Performance,…

The New Release is Out! (10.0.0.1103)

Obviously, I’m quite excited by all our releases.  This one, however, has a few extra treats that I want to point out in addition to our release notes. First, if you are a home (non-commercial) user, you now have free HD video calling.  So whether you hook up to your…

Video Testimonial

I generally work hard to keep this from being only a product blog, but it’s pretty exciting to get a video testimonial.  We’re going to create a space on the site specifically for more of these, so if you’ve used VSee and love it, please send us more testimonials! Thank…

Bill Flutie talking VSee at the Inbound Marketing Summit

The Pulse Network tracked down our own Bill Flutie, Director of Sales and Business Development, at the Inbound Marketing Summit, held last week in Gillette Stadium. Here’s what he had to say:

AARNet Desktop Video Conference report

Microsoft Shutting Down Vine

By Rich Griffin Reprinted from VSee Forum Microsoft announced yesterday that they are shutting down Vine. Vine, as you may remember, is the service that allowed alerts and communication during times of crisis when other methods may be compromised or non-existant. I’m not going to comment on Microsoft’s reasons for…

Re: VSee’s video conferencing solutions arrive in Europe

VSee, Ustream, Facebook and Mandy Moore Fight Malaria

On August 12th at 2:00 p.m. ET, Mandy Moore joins Nothing But Nets™ and PSI for a video townhall on malaria in Africa, broadcast on Facebook®. The video conferencing service will be provided by VSee Lab, Inc. and Ustream, and the event is hosted by Derrick Ashong, one of Katalyst Media’s Social…

Skype IPO doesn’t mean Enterprise Solution

Skype announced it will soon have an IPO.  (Also here.) Let’s not confuse this with being a business tool. Yes, video calling is handy for businesses.  But what about presentation and collaborative tools? Skype has an immense user base, and yet operational income for the first half of 2010 was…

The search is on!

We chanced upon this poster by Julian Hansen recently, and it really resonated within VSee. What better way to pick a typeface than to do it the computer science and engineering way – through a flowchart? Here at VSee, we’re embarking on branding a new image, starting right from our…

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…

Phones aren’t phones—call anyway!

It may not be official, but if you’ve been suspicious that people in their twenties and younger aren’t picking up their phones, you’re right.  There’s a ton of anecdotal evidence to support this (such as this recent ZDnet article).  I started really thinking about this two years ago when I…

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…

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