At Blue Jeans Network, we believe that collaboration breeds greatness, and that everyone deserves to be seen and heard. We can only imagine what the great minds of history could have created if collaboration had been as easy as a video conference.
In the spirit of collaboration, we took a look back in history to see how timeless great minds worked to improve the way people collaborate and forever shaped the way we communicate and do business:
Tomorrow, Thursday, 11/29, Blue Jeans will host a networking event at Fire House Brewery in Sunnyvale, CA. Come learn why we’re the hottest startup in Silicon Valley and why we were voted as one of the Best Places to Work for 2012. Enjoy drinks and food on us, and get a free headshot from a professional photographer. (You can always juice up your LinkedIn profile, right?)
We’ll also be donating to Swords to Plowshares, a local charity dedicated to supporting returning veterans.
If you had 24 hours to hack up new innovations for your product, what do you think you’d come up with?
At Blue Jeans' 3rd Hackathon, the team came up with 13 new groundbreaking features for our product. Though we can’t spill the beans on the particulars of any of these projects, suffice to say that some of the ideas we came up from the last Hackathon are the LinkedIn and Salesforce integrations. Check out the pictures from the event.
Blue Jeans Network was honored last Thursday night at the Hilton San Francisco. The occasion being the 2012 Best Place to Work in the Bay Area award banquet from the folks at the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal. Alagu (CTO) and Tricia (HR) were in attendance to accept the award on stage for third place in the small company category.