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VSee Video Chat Now Supports Application Sharing On Mac(April 20, 2012)
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) April 20, 2012
VSee, the leading provider of secure and free group video chat and collaboration, released its application-sharing feature for Mac® today. This much anticipated feature allows users to share any application during a video call interchangeably among Macs and PCs. The VSee service is available for free at http://www.vsee.com
Michele Colucci, http://www.MyLawSuit.com CEO says, With VSee, not only can we make the virtual connection mirror the in-person meeting, but our clients and attorneys can share documents protected by the highest encryption. Case intelligence must remain inviolate and can mean the difference between success and failure. At MyLawsuit.com, we protect the attorney-client work product at all cost.
Earlier this year, VSee released secure instant messaging to further enhance its collaboration tool set. This new addition makes VSee the perfect lightweight communication tool for remote teams, from startup through enterprise, where privacy and security are priorities.
VSee features include
Group video chat for 3 to 12 people
HD telepresence video
Application-sharing and file transfer
Secure instant messaging
Military-grade encryption (FIPS 140-2 256 bit AES)
With these crucial VSee for Mac capabilities, VSee expects to fill the demand in Mac-heavy fields such as design, animation, and education. Our goal is for remote team work to be an experience that is engaging, collaborative, and relationship-building. VSee lets remote team members see each other, explore ideas, review work products and make decisions without a time or distance barrier, says Dr. Milton Chen, CEO of VSee.
The VSee client for Mac and PC is free for commercial, government, and personal use and includes all the above features. Services such as user management controls and one-click web-calling may be purchased for a fee. Please visit VSee pricing for more information.
VSee is the tool for remote teams. VSee provides secure group video calling, application sharing, and file transfer. VSee requires less than half the bandwidth of Skype and Cisco, and uses a network-sensing algorithm that is light on the network, especially over mobile 3G. VSees intuitive design is based on the human factors research of former Stanford University scientists and Professors Terry Winograd (PhD advisor to Google founder Larry Page) and Pat Hanrahan (two time Academy Award winner from Pixar). VSee customers include IBM, Intel, Shell, the United Nations, NASA, the US Congress, and the Navy SEALs. Users include Hillary Clinton, Angelina Jolie, Mandy Moore, and the rock band Linkin Park. VSee investors include In-Q-Tel and Salesforce.com. Get started at http://www.vsee.com.
MyLawsuit.com helps consumers and small businesses with potential lawsuits connect directly to lawyers in institutional law firms as well as sole practitioners who accept contingency fees for their services (no upfront legal fees; pay a percentage of what you win, only if you win). This disruptive business creates efficiencies in the legal marketplace and adds value through its competitive online platform which offers a secure communications infrastructure, case management tools, access to needed goods and services like litigation funding, community and information. MyLawsuit.com supports litigation before, during and after your case. Our patented business process efficiently and effectively eliminates the barriers to entry enabling the 92% of individuals with legal claims who are not able to take legal action, join the 8% who do, creating equal access to justice for all.
For further information, contact Anne at media(at)vsee(dot)com or 650.331.0165.
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