Does your mind often wander down the road of “what if?” What if there was an app for this, a service for that. It’s an inescapable condition, this human tendency to wonder. We find ourselves making mental improvements to everyday items and circumstances all of the time.
Last fall, the control panel froze in my car, therefore some of its functionality could not be accessed. While waiting for customer service to get back to me, I was able to research the answer on Tesla's forum.
Last week, the Blue Jeans team took a field trip to UC Berkeley to kick off our video conferencing service across campus. You may remember that we were at Cal a few months back, but now we’ve hit the ground running and are now extending the service to both undergraduate and graduate students.
With 200 locations across North America, Veolia Transportation is the largest private-sector operator of multiple modes of transit, from bus, rail, paratransit and others. Their highly distributed workforce presented a challenge in sharing best practices among a geographically dispersed staff.
GAVI Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase access to immunization in the world’s poorest countries through cutting-edge medical technology. Through GAVI’s efforts, the organization has contributed to averting an additional four million future deaths through 2015.
When you think of the type of company who uses video conferencing to interact with its customers– what does that company look like? Do they wear ties and button-down shirts? How about jeans and flip flops? What if I told you one such company wears aprons and oven mitts?
The use of video conferencing is traditionally thought of as a tool for the enterprise space. More established brands and the corporate elite have conventionally been the ones to take advantage of video conferencing because they’re the ones who could afford it. However, in rebellious Blue Jeans fashion, we’re turning that model on its head. Well, more like on its stomach.
What do Facebook, Foursquare and Groupon have in common? Apart from utilizing Blue Jeans Network, it's skyrocket internet success. Each has spawned virtual communities, transformed the way we live, and have forced themselves as verbs into our vernacular. (You have 'Facebooked' someone within the hour, I'm sure.) These three start-ups are re-writing the rules of what it means to run a successful business. Nowadays it's not enough to have an earth-shattering idea. By touting the ideals of collaboration, productivity and culture at its hub, each of these companies has set themselves apart. Through sharing and connecting through the power of Blue Jeans video conferencing, they continually foster these ideals to take their companies to the next level.
Facebook was not originally created to be a company. It was built to accomplish a social mission - to make the world more open and connected. Fast forward eight years and that mission has been realized, with billions of people connecting around the globe, sharing life events, big and small and world history captured, and shared on FB for generations to come. It is for this reason why here at Blue Jeans Network we are so proud to see one of our customers have such great success.
BCNET, a not for profit organization serving British Columbia’s higher education and research institutions, found the right desktop and room system video collaboration solution with Blue Jeans after evaluating 17 vendors. BCNET’s members think Blue Jeans has helped improve their face to face collaboration.