In recent years we’ve seen the rapid proliferation of video conferencing in large-scale organizations. Despite the availability of this technology, small to midsize businesses interested in video collaboration are left without an affordable, interoperable, easy-to-manage alternative.
Enterprise Connect 2013 is all said and done and we had an awesome time. The team had some great conversations at our booth and the opportunity to speak on two panels on the Video Track. Our CEO, Krish Ramakrishnan, was on the panel, "Video Conferencing as a Software Business: Impacts on Buyers and Sellers," and our CCO, Stu Aaron was on the panel, "Mobile Video: What's the Big Deal?"
Day 2 of Enterprise Connect is officially in the books! We’ve been having a great time at our temporary home at Booth 1237. With a convention center as big as the Gaylord Palms, and so many booths, sessions, and demos to look at- it can be daunting to get to all of them (not to mention, sifting through the #EC13 hashtag). Here we’ve put together a few musts to keep track of the conversation.
Enterprise Connect Day 1 is officially wrapped. With crowded and standing room sessions, the talk and track of the day was of course, WebRTC. Reactions to the emerging technology ranged from optimism and skepticism. In either case, WebRTC’s real implications can’t be weighed out until the technology itself matures.
Today’s video collaboration market has an emerging and clamoring need for mobility, affordability of conference room solutions, and tighter integration of video and content sharing. The meeting room isn’t just confined to a single space – it can take place anywhere and is accessible by multiple technologies. At Blue Jeans, we recognize these driving demands and want to empower our customers with features that allow for a more integrated video meeting experience.
The team is buzzing as we prep for Enterprise Connect in Orlando next week. Our CEO, Krish Ramakrishnan, will be presenting on the panel, "Videoconferencing as a Software Business: Impacts on Buyers and Sellers" on Wednesday, March 20th from 2:30 PM-3:30 PM in Osceola A.
Through first-hand experience, I’ve figured out that we are all over-dependent on email and often choose poorly when deciding how to communicate an important message. I worked remotely for two years, separated from the office by two time zones and over 2500 miles - in a role where the transfer of abstract concepts and new ideas was necessary for achieving organizational goals. At the beginning, my productivity soared as I was no longer captive to ad-hoc demands on my attention (think: cube fly-bys); requests would sit nicely in my inbox until I was ready to move on, and attended to only if urgent.