Blue Jeans Network has introduced its redesigned meetings platform for the modern workplace. The latest version of the BlueJeans desktop app was developed with an extreme end-user focus and tested on thousands of users to provide a fast and simple experience that delivers the right blend of familiar and intuitive. From any endpoint or device, BlueJeans brings video, audio and web conferencing together with the collaboration and messaging tools people use every day. Dolby Voice now powers the entire BlueJeans audio experience, from the cloud to the client, for ultra-wideband, spatial audio with noise reduction technology on any device.
“We built the new BlueJeans experience by empathizing deeply with our users, and placing the focus of meetings where it belongs, on the people and ideas that propel business, collaboration and productivity,” said Mark Strassman, Chief Product Officer, BlueJeans. “The new BlueJeans provides the most elegant and natural experience in the industry. Users are instantly productive and engaged while administrators have strong security, control and management capabilities for the enterprise.”
“BlueJeans has been an integral part of the meeting and collaboration process at LinkedIn for years. The new experience is a big step for the industry, and exactly what we expect from the team at BlueJeans — management and control for administrators and a user experience that becomes second nature for everyone involved,” said Brian Frank, VP, Operations at LinkedIn.
BlueJeans partner integrations include:
•Alexa for Business allows meeting participants to dial into meetings with their voice and control BlueJeans by using Amazon Echo devices as a speaker phone.
•Kaptivo: Integrates with BlueJeans to transform any dry-erase board into a real-time collaboration tool to capture images and live stream content.
•Voicera’s Eva, enterprise virtual assistant: Voice artificial intelligence powered Eva joins your meetings like other participants, listens, takes notes and provides highlights, full transcripts or recordings as well as action items that can be shared by email, Slack or into systems like Salesforce.
BlueJeans continues to extend its enterprise-class security, manageability, performance and control with enhancements for IT:
•With the addition of even more capabilities to its best-in-class Command Center, an interactive dashboard for live meeting management and service intelligence that includes alerts and more than 70 performance metrics, BlueJeans customers and partners have enterprise-class insight into everything from individual meeting performance to international regulation compliance.
•BlueJeans has successfully completed its fifth consecutive round of SOC 2 audits and availability of our SOC 3 certification, a process which requires companies to maintain internal controls over their systems. The certification process requires an outside audit over several months and has become critical policy for cloud technology to scale across the enterprise environment.
•The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulation includes provisions that require businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states. The GDPR also regulates the exportation of personal data outside the EU. BlueJeans will complete the required process changes to ensure compliance well ahead of the mandated May 25, 2018 deadline
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