Tag: VSee

Good Things in 9.0.0.1201

It’s a bright New Year and we have exciting things happening here at VSee:  Borderless windows!  Easier sharing!  And more as the year continues! Just last month we released VSee v.1201, and let me tell you I think it’s a great step up from v.612. If you’ve already read our…

Advantages of starting with the desktop and not the conference room

The recent discussions here about how VSee simple desktop video conferencing compares to the traditional, room-based videoconferencing systems (Polycom, Cisco / Tandberg, LifeSize, etc.) got me to thinking about why the older systems are still so complex and difficult to deploy and use. The first videoconferencing systems were sufficiently large, expensive,…

Videos from Saturday’s World Refugee Day

The videos from last Saturday are being uploaded to YouTube, showing how VSee was used to provide live video conversations around the world. More at the WRDLIVE channel: www.youtube.com/user/WRDLIVE

5 Things You’ll Miss by Not Working In An Office

Georgina Laidlaw wrote on Gigaom’s Web Worker Daily about 5 Things You’ll Miss by Not Working In An Office. More usefully, she also offered some coping strategies. Since most of the people at VSee spend more time working outside of the office than in it, we’ve developed a few strategies…

A Google Hangout for Fast Collaboration – How The VSee Virtual Team Works

It’s been almost four months now that I’ve been Chief Product Officer for VSee, a video conferencing and collaboration software and services that is based in Mt. View, California but is actually distributed around the globe. I’ll write at some future date about how our customers use VSee, but this…

Can You Use Videoconferencing to Establish Trust?

Also posted at herot.typepad.com. One of the key elements is making a business relationship work is establishing trust. This is especially challenging when the parties are seperated geographically. Technologies such as videoconferencing can help, but the conventional wisdom is that these tools are useful for reinforcing an existing relationship but that…

Videoconferencing Now Ready For Its Close-up

Originally posted on my personal blog shortly after joining VSee as Chief Product Officer. Since I left Convoq, the web conferencing start-up here in Boston where I served as CTO, I’ve gotten a lot of calls from companies doing personal video communications products. Some were in the process of raising…

Why was VSee invented? – Remote Communication

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