At its foundation, Blue Jeans is about building connections between people and strengthening existing working relationships. By bringing people together through video conferencing, Blue Jeans is making it easier to achieve a greater degree of transparent communication for your business.
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The Blue Jeans Team
At Blue Jeans Network, we're constantly on the lookout for new ways to improve our systems and create a better enterprise communication experience for our users. Whether that's developing our new Blue Jeans Primetime service, adding a new compatibility partner, or just giving top notch customer support, we're there to give our users the best video conferencing experience. If it's providing communications solutions for large corporations, or video conferencing for SME (small to medium enterprises), our team is on it.
Last year was a huge year for Hollywood. In 2014, film marketing drew a major spotlight with movies like “The Interview” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” garnering new levels of mainstream attention. While these movies reached infamy for a myriad of reasons, what really makes a film succeed or fail? Blue Jeans Network sat down with a panel of top industry executives at the Sundance Film Festival last week to answer that question and understand how marketers are adapting and evolving their efforts to reach the modern audience.
On January 27th, 2015; Blue Jeans Network became aware of a new vulnerability in the Linux glibc library known as “Ghost”, filed under CVE-2015-0235. Virtually all Linux systems that perform DNS lookups may be vulnerable to this exploit including applications that are written in C, Python, Perl, Ruby, etc.
Recently, more and more audiences are looking to their computers, laptops, tablets, and mobile devices as their source of entertainment rather than television. If you just look at the most recent awards ceremonies, original programming from video streaming services like Netflix have begun garnering top industry accolades. If you're one of the millions of viewers on your computer or mobile device, you're already using a form of video transmission software in your daily life.
The streets of Park City may be buzzing with film reviews and celebrity sightings, however a new face, technology, is taking center stage at the Sundance Film Festival. From the New Frontier section powering films exclusively dedicated to virtual reality, to live interactive broadcasting of special events to remote viewers through Blue Jeans Primetime, technology is impacting the Sundance Film Festival and reaching new audiences like never before.
Blue Jeans Network is heading to the Sundance Film Festival! We're excited to hit the streets of Park City, Utah to connect with fans and share stories during the world-renowned festival.
As one of the largest independent film festivals in the country, Sundance strives to foster independent, new voices from the U.S. and around the world and showcase their work to the public. Blue Jeans Network can't wait to be a part of the event and help connect these original storytellers to captivated audiences.
Women have been making great strides in technology; this year in the Bay Area, the epicenter of technology, more women are enrolled in the intro to computer science class at UC Berkeley than men for this first time ever. And now, women hold 26 percent of professional computer occupations in the U.S. workforce. However, women are still fighting for equal pay and treatment in the workplace. With this in mind, Blue Jeans has begun its series, “Women In Technology,” to connect women in the industry, as they aim to succeed in a traditionally unreceptive environment. This series aims to reach a mass number of people, by blending our technology with featured stories of female leaders to change perception and habits in the workplace.