With 200 locations across North America, Veolia Transportation is the largest private-sector operator of multiple modes of transit, from bus, rail, paratransit and others. Their highly distributed workforce presented a challenge in sharing best practices among a geographically dispersed staff.
Today we’re really excited to announce the arrival of Blue Jeans 2.0. With a redesigned UI, easy, one-click meeting access, enhanced content sharing, and new admin controls, users are equipped with features to empower greater face-to-face video collaboration for the business user and IT administrator.
GAVI Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase access to immunization in the world’s poorest countries through cutting-edge medical technology. Through GAVI’s efforts, the organization has contributed to averting an additional four million future deaths through 2015.
The team is really excited to attend Infocomm in Orlando next week, June 12-14. Be sure to stop by the conferencing pavilion to hear our CEO, Krish Ramakrishnan, speak on “Cloud and Video Conferencing: The Future of Enterprise Collaboration,” Thursday, June 13th, 8:00am.
Last week, Blue Jeans had the privilege of hosting a virtual field trip in the cloud entitled, “A Day in the Life of a Startup.” High school students from Idaho Distance Education Academy (IDEA) and Monta Vista High School in Cupertino had the opportunity to participate in interviews with different functions of the company; from engineering, sales, marketing, management, design, and finance...
Today we’re really excited to roll out our “Right Size” plans. The plans make it easy for any size-business to deploy an interoperable and scalable video conferencing solution across an organization. The unlimited-use, site-wide license allows every user in the organization to schedule and host video meetings. The new tiered offering is based on company size and features a low annual fee that is determined by the number of “active users” within the company. Click here for more info.
Working from home saves time, money, the environment, blah blah blah--we’ve all heard the common arguments made by WFH advocates and have been bored to tears with telecommuting statistics. The typical arguments in favor of WFH have a great deal of merit, but it’s time someone pointed out a few additional benefits that the other blogs don’t talk about.