VTCSecure in the News
~3/25/20~ Originally built only for people with disabilities, ABILITY Job Fair launches new accessible online platform to accommodate distance recruitment for all.
~04/5/19~ VTCSecure: Overcoming communication barriers for the deaf community. Using Google Cloud Platform to power its platform that breaks down barriers and makes communication easier for the deaf community
~11/15/18~ Using VTCSecure’s technology, Ability Jobs held its 2nd successful, first of its kind Live Online Career Fair on October 25th, 2018. Ability Jobs has helped Facebook, Bank of America, Waste Management, & Aetna host online career fairs to recruit and hire candidates with disabilities.
~11/09/18~ In November of 2017 SignVideo, the largest provider of VRS and VRI in the United Kingdom, chose VTCSecure’s Next Generation SOLVES communications platform to replace their current system. SOLVES is a state-of-the-art Voice, Video and Real-Time Text communication platform used all over the world to bring equal access to communication for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
~3/22/18~ VTCSecure was honored to have been part of making remote Sign Language Interpreting a part of the ITU sessions today! See Tweet from ITU Sec Gen’s Office
~3/02/18~ New York Becomes the First City in the Nation to Offer ASL Direct to Deaf and Hard of Hearing New Yorkers
~1/18/17~ New FCC order grants VTCSecure first ever non-VRS provider access to the National iTRS numbering directory
~1/30/17~ VTCSecure and Caribbean Telecommunications Union holds successful demo showing how new technology can transform the lives if people with disabilities in the Caribbean
~4/4/16~ US Assistive Technologies Market Worth USD 58.3 Billion by 2020 – Analysis, Technologies & Forecasts Report 2016-2020
~10/14/16~ VTCSecure Releases Beta Version of the Next Generation, Standards Based, Interoperable Personal Universal Communicator (PUC) Application for iOS, Android, Mac and Windows
~9/17/15~ VTCSecure CEO Peter Hayes speaks at CTU regarding ensuring “Equal and Effective Communication for All”