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.
Video conferencing is taking place everywhere: from desktops at work, from conference rooms, from mobile devices, from universities, from home offices, and from coffee shops when we work remotely. As technology evolves and more business users embrace the value of online face-to-face interactions...
As we look forward and plan for Q1 and the year ahead, we decided to revisit the State of the Modern Meeting to look at collaboration trends and how video technology is reshaping how we meet. What did we find out? Not surprisingly, the vast majority of people feel that face-to-face communications improves relationships, so much so that nearly three quarters of people believe they lost a deal due to the lack of face-to-face interaction.
Let’s face it- traditional video conferencing can be expensive. And for a small to medium size business, it can be difficult to adopt and maintain video just for that reason. We found out from the State of the Modern Meeting that 56% of video conference calls happen over a traditional room system. But how many of those systems do you thnk cost under $1k? So today, we’re excited to partner up with Tely Labs to give users an exclusive offer.
While most meetings average 3 – 5 participants, occasionally we have the need to have meetings of up to 25 different participants. Large video meetings can be very productive and valuable, however if not managed properly it is easy for them to get out of hand and become disruptive, especially from an audio perspective. Here are some tips to ensure you have a successful large meeting.
The Blue Jeans browser plug-in is an .msi (Microsoft Installer) file format that can be downloaded from your Blue Jeans account. Although the Blue Jeans browser plug-in automatically installs for first time users joining a video call, there are times when downloading the actually plug-in file itself comes in handy.
We all know the power of face-to-face communication in meetings. With over 90% of communication being nonverbal, you have the advantage of reacting and adjusting to nonverbal cues, people stay engaged and you have the unique opportunity to make a personal connection and lasting impression. Now imagine that power magnified inside of Salesforce.
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.