Admit it, we just can’t take it easy anymore. Summer used to be a time marked by long sunny days that were perfected with a tall glass of sweet tea and vine ripened fruit.
These days, summer time means busy parents rushing through traffic to make their morning meetings after chauffeuring their kids to yet another summer camp; managers hustling to make sure effective team collaboration doesn’t stop as their employees take a much deserved break.
What’s the next stop on our cross-country tour? It’s the city that never sleeps, the home of the Statue of Liberty and arguably the best pizza in the United States. That’s right, we’re headed to The Big Apple or New York City! If you’re one of our customers in the New York City area, or want to learn more about Blue Jeans, we’d love to have you come enjoy a cocktail and join in on the conversation with the team behind your favorite video conferencing solution.
Our bags are packed and we’re ready to rock-and-roll! We are mid-air, headed to Orlando for InfoComm 2015, the largest Audio/Visual conference in North America. We couldn’t be more excited to show off our services to the estimated 39,000 attendees this year!
Blue Jeans is excited to be spending some time in one of our favorite cities in the Midwest this week to host and attend a few spectacular events!
The first is our Chicago installment of Cocktail Hour with Blue Jeans. We are hosting the event alongside Team Rubicon, who unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to deploy emergency teams all over the world.
On Wednesday, May 20th, 2015 the Security team at Blue Jeans Network became aware of the latest vulnerability in TLS protocol named "Logjam" or the Weak/EXPORT Diffie-Hellman Man-in-the-middel vulnerability.
This new vulnerability is similar to another recent announcement regarding SSL and TLS and Blue Jeans Network already disabled all "EXPORT" grade cipher suites and is not vulnerable to Logjam or FREAK because of these efforts. In our production environment, we support a minimum of 2048-bit keys for asymmetric encryption, and 128-bit key for symmetric encryption, this applies to Diffie-Hellman key exchanges as well.
The security team at Blue Jeans Network is striving for continuous improvement and staying ahead of these efforts.
If you have further questions, you may contact Technical Support, your Customer Success Manager, or your account representative.
Security @ Blue Jeans Network
At Blue Jeans Network there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes, and we have a whole big team of smart, talented people working together to make video conferencing as easy and seamless as possible. “In the Hot Seat” will be an ongoing series spotlighting Blue Jeans employees to give outsiders an inside look at the team.
Greetings from London! My name is Nina and I’m a Customer Success Manager here at Blue Jeans Network. I’m really excited to tell you more about our EMEA team and culture. We are much smaller than our Mountain View, California headquarters but we still hold the same values in our culture as they do over the pond.
An organization is only as good as the people that comprise it. In order to retain the highest caliber employees, you need to keep your team motivated, involved, and engaged. Feeling enthusiastic about one's work leads to personal satisfaction, as well as improved performance which benefits the organization on a whole.
Communication is the key to success for any business. Blue Jeans gives your business the tools it needs to grow through cohesive, collaborative, communications without the hefty investment expenditure that would usually accompany such tools.
We’re embarking on a roadshow to spread the word about Blue Jeans Video Conferencing, and en route we get to spend time in some pretty amazing cities! The first city on our list is Seattle, home to stunning mountain views, rain, and a plethora of coffee. If you’re planning on meeting us in Seattle on April 16, check out some fun facts about our venue!