At Blue Jeans Network, we’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to video conferencing.
Did you know that meetings decreased by almost 20 percent when the U.S. played in World Cup games? And since soccer isn’t even America’s favorite sport, our bet is even more than 20 percent of meetings will decrease when it’s time to celebrate some of America’s favorite major events like the Super Bowl, the World Series or March Madness.
Businesses recently have been reevaluating the traditional business models. In the wake of the Great Recession, companies learned how to handle themselves with a smaller workforce. They started moving into smaller offices to save money, only to start wondering what they were going to do once they started growing again. The solution many of these companies have come up with in recent history is telecommuting.
At Blue Jeans, our engineers have been hard at work adding features and functionality that make your Blue Jeans experience even better. Today, we are announcing Blue Jeans Release, Version 2.6.The two flagship features are Meeting Recording and Large-Capacity Meetings.
Ah, the meeting. It’s the time when things get done and decided. But it’s also the time when something unexpected can happen to your usual meeting and turn it into something special. How many times have you been in a meeting and something crazy has happened?
As a startup, we’re always excited to collaborate with other startups on the same journey of exploration, innovation and disruption. Today, at Facebook’s annual F8 Developer Conference, we are excited to announce that we will be a part of FbStart-- a new program designed to provide mobile startups at different stages in their life cycles with the resources they need to develop and grow.
Today’s business landscape demands that companies take on the challenge of globalization in order to keep pace with the competition and take a leading edge in hiring top talent. Savvy business managers must identify and leverage solutions that solve these complex problems while also being efficient with available resources.
The Network Operations, Engineering, and Security teams at Blue Jeans Network, Inc. have been working diligently to assess the impact on our infrastructure in the wake of April 7 2014 disclosure of CVE-2014-0160, known the as Heartbleed vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL software. Nearly two-thirds (66%) of service providers on the Internet responded to this critical vulnerability in OpenSSL’s handling of heartbeat packets and conducted a comprehensive security review in response.