Today we’re pleased to announce Blue Jeans release 2.3. This update to the Blue Jeans service offers presenters an enriched content sharing experience with a sharing widget, Lync 2013 support and an enhanced video sharing experience.
Lately my commute to work has been hellacious. It may sound ridiculous but I often gauge the state of the economy in terms of traffic. When it’s heavy, it signifies people are working. The fact that I live in the Silicon Valley surely amplifies that theory. And, in California, it seems there is endless roadwork happening to make room for the slew of cars headed to Google and all the other internet companies in the Valley.
Hopefully you have had a great summer! Maybe you’ve traveled somewhere tropical, climbed Machu Picchu or camped along the beach. Whatever it is, hopefully you’ve enjoyed a little R&R! The Blue Jeans team enjoyed the summer by celebrating the 2nd anniversary of our service, the launch of Blue Jeans 2.0, the unveiling of a fun new company video and previewing a new video sharing feature.
At Blue Jeans we don’t rest much, we think it’s underrated. Aside from the occasional ping-pong or pool game, our engineering team is working hard to deliver the best video collaboration experience on the market. We’re passionate about adding cool new features and improving the user experience with each release. On Saturday, June 29h we released an update to the Blue Jeans service and we think you’ll like what you see!
Today we’re really excited to announce the arrival of Blue Jeans 2.0. With a redesigned UI, easy, one-click meeting access, enhanced content sharing, and new admin controls, users are equipped with features to empower greater face-to-face video collaboration for the business user and IT administrator.
We’ve been working hard to bring you improvements and features to make your Blue Jeans experience even better! On Saturday, April 13th we released an update to the Blue Jeans service.
Today we’re excited to announce the ability to do bi-directional HD desktop sharing from Microsoft Lync to room systems like Cisco and Polycom to Skype, Google Video Chat, iOS devices and any web browser.