Did you know that the average attention span of a customer is 52% longer on a video conference than on an audio call? When you’re pitching your product or service, that extra time matters. Plus, face-to-face interactions over video help to build the trust between you and your customers that is crucial for any lasting business relationship, without the need for travel.
Admit it, when you’re on audio-only conference calls, there’s an overwhelming tendency to multi-task. Whether it's Facebooking, side conversations, or even sleeping, it’s difficult to stay focused on the meeting because you aren’t having a face-to-face conversation. Video conferencing bridges that gap and we found that 90% of people agree that video makes meetings more efficient and engaging.
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G’day! We love our Aussie friends and users and so we’ve decided to make it official! Today, we’re very excited to announce our partnership with Telstra, Australia’s largest telecommunications provider.
Relationships are complicated. And no matter how hard we may work at it, there comes a time when enough is enough. This Valentine’s week, it’s time to break up… with web conferencing.
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.
The world of traditional work is changing as we know it. Mobile and cloud technologies are disrupting this space and are ushering in a new, modern and complex ‘3D’ Workforce, one that is distributed across locations, has a decentralized leadership, and has work that occurs at discontinuous hours.
It’s cold and flu season and I find myself reaching for hand sanitizer just a bit more often. When most of us have a lingering illness, there’s a tendency to look up symptoms on sites like MayoClinic and do (shoddy) self-diagnosis to gauge whether or not a trip to the doctor’s is necessary.