Traditional video bridging hardware is costly and maintenance intensive. Traditional video bridging services are expensive. These two options limit the use of video for collaboration in most small to medium sized businesses, until now. BlueJeans Network launched a scalable cloud-based video collaboration service in 2011 and since then has dominated the video conferencing industry. Users were ready for a change but the legacy players liked controlling what their customers could and couldn't do - often times requiring huge capital expenses, maintenance programs and software updates to get what they needed.
BlueJeans came into the space with a new approach and a new attitude. What if we could build something that broke all the rules? What if video could be affordable? What if people could use what they already had? What is no one needed to buy expensive hardware or software solutions again? And best of all, what if it was EASY to use?! Yep, that's just what we've done.
BlueJeans is hosted in the cloud. It is interoperable meaning users can meet from the software or platform of their choice -- one person can join a meeting from their Lifesize system, another from Google Hangouts and another from their Logitech web cam. No more need for a homogeneous video solution.
Benefits of the BlueJeans solution:
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Historically, video?s cost and complexity of video were too great to facilitate the widespread adoption of video. Today, the cost of video conferencing varies from free to paying out the nose for high-end telepresence systems. What we now know is that costly systems don?t necessarily provide a better experience. The latest web cams and browser based solutions are drastically changing how people deploy video. Blue Jeans makes video conferencing a breeze. Experience ease of use and wide compatibility with a vast array of devices and software from room systems, to desktop video solutions and support for mobile devices.
Our video conferencing features include:
"After a thorough evaluation of every tool in the market, from POC to Pilot, we have fully standardized on BlueJeans based on the tremendous positive experience and feedback of our users. We use BlueJeans for Interviewing, Training, to help establish Culture match, drive F2F interactions, distributed Internal and External meetings from San Francisco to Singapore, Dublin to Sydney where audio-only just doesn't cut it. In a nutshell, BlueJeans helps LinkedIn communicate better."
Global Lead, Sales
"With over 3,000 yearly events spread across 165 countries, we have TEDx organizers in every corner of the globe. Online video is the perfect way for us to connect, and this tool is making it possible for us to do this in large groups like never before. We're excited about deploying the BlueJeans Events product to keep our TEDx organizers better connected."
Chief Digital Strategist
"I am excited to partner with BlueJeans Network. I founded The Players' Tribune with the goal to capture the voice of the game, with first-person stories directly from athletes. Now with BlueJeans' interactive video capabilities, we can empower athletes and contributors to engage directly, face-to-face with each other, and with their fans in new and unique ways."
Former MLB Player
"With over 300,000 communities and global offices, face-to-face communication is vital to engaging with our global fan base. With BlueJeans Primetime, we'll be able to connect and collaborate virtually and with a personal touch, allowing us to be inclusive at the scale of our growing business."
"The BlueJeans community has been a great additional ? and free ? resource for soliciting feedback on product ideas, best practices and deployment strategies. At Red Hat, we value open collaboration, and that's just what BlueJeans provides through direct access to BlueJeans experts and other knowledgeable advocates."
Principal Advanced Communication Engineer