By Lindsey Westbrook In the last five years, there’s been a shift from hosted-on-premises software applications to cloud-based software applications that’s affected almost every computer software user. The IT departments of large organizations are working through the necessary transitions every single day; it’s hardly a simple switch to flip.
Navigating an educator’s daily routine can be daunting. From lesson plan preparation, creating course materials, presenting lectures, to meeting one-on-one with students, time management and the ability to maximize your time is essential. Similarly, students are juggling dizzying schedules: multiple classes, studying, jobs, sports and other extracurricular activities. Campus staff work hard to ensure that operations run smoothly, particularly when it comes to the current systems in place and the daily events that necessitate online meetings.   
Lindsey Westbrook   BlueJeans product manager Shailesh Hegde has a couple of go-to phrases that guide his work with Command Center, where BlueJeans customers go to monitor their online meeting usage, troubleshoot online meetings, and even calculate, using the handy tool, their return on investment (ROI) for having purchased BlueJeans to conduct video calls.   “If you can’t measure it, then you can’t improve it.”