BlueJeans is a web conferencing and unified communications platform with multi-device operability, both mobile and browser integration, for businesses regardless of its size or industry. This video conferencing solution offers high-quality video meetings with additional features, such as content sharing, recording, chat, and multiple participants.
The concept of this solution is the elimination of technical barriers that usually exist when people use various methods of communication, so this platform can be accessed from multiple platforms like web browsers, iOS and Android devices as well as from other programs. It also includes Google Hangouts, Cisco Jabber, Avaya Scopia, Microsoft Lync, and other conference room system.
It is possible to hold audio or video meetings with up to 25 participants, with the command center and dashboard where users can see metrics, reporting, and data visualization. The BlueJeans video platform provides diverse advanced meeting security features, so any sensitive information, account information, and the contents remain protected.
WebEx is a web conferencing platform that combines file sharing with video and audio conferencing via a web browser. Users can in a very short time establish web conferencing sessions or performance product launches and educational sessions.
The software is compatible with all frequently used media file types, as well as with demonstration platforms such as PowerPoint. WebEx also enables meeting recording, scheduling, follow-up messaging, screen capturing, and file sharing. One of the features that stands out is the breakout room creation, which means that one large meeting can be divided into several private meetings.
WebEx Meeting Center's interface is modern-looking, compared to competitors' services. It has the ability to set up meetings directly from the home page and now also possible to have up to seven video feeds simultaneously.
About eZuce Vibe
Vibe™ Team collaboration for distributed teams.
The Vibe full-featured team collaboration solution enables your workforce to engage effectively whenever and wherever the need to collaborate arises – out of pure business process flow or as part of your organization’s agile methodology practice. eZuce approaches team collaboration as a facilitator not as an application unto itself. The goal is to work alongside other applications that are already in use not to replace them. Vibe has two modes of engagement: Meeting and Team. In both modes, users have one-click access to voice, video, conferencing, chat and screen sharing.
In Meeting mode users can easily join a Vibe meeting and when the meeting is finished they can exit the application. This is the mode of operation of the typical video conferencing tool on the market.
In Team mode, Vibe takes a decidedly different approach. When team members sign into Vibe they enter into a complete virtual workspace. This platform acts as an always-on team enablement tool that allows individual team members to choose the way they want to collaborate. The team approach to communications fosters real-time engagement with the rest of the user’s community. Vibe puts all team members in the same “room” empowering users to collaborate naturally throughout their workday to discuss issues as they arise, resolve problems quickly, make decisions faster, and engage more effectively.
Multi-Party Meeting (Up To 100 Participants)
Mobile & Browser Integration
HD Content Sharing
Firewall/NAT Traversal & Encrypted Meetings
Single Sign-On (SSO) Support
Integration with Outlook/ Google Calendar
Web and video conferencing
Two-Way Audio & Video
Video call recording
Chat & brainstorming tools
Multimedia Content Sharing
Two-Mode Operation: Join Meeting or Sign-in to Community
Yes. Customers and Partners can utilize APIs for meeting and report controls.
Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
Yes. Access to the product WIKI is provided to customers and partners. SaaS product support is included in the service.
What are some applications this service is commonly used in tandem with?
VIBE Communications can be 'wrapped around' every existing and future Cloud-based application. Common examples include e-Mail (eg. Gmail, Yahoo), File Sharing (eg. Google Docs, Dropbox), Team software (eg. Slack, Ryver), Helpdesk (eg. Zendesk, Freshdesk), CRM (eg. Salesforce), and any other Cloud service.
Adding Cloud Apps to VIBE is as simple as clicking the + tab and typing or pasting the target URL. User Options include instant, saved (persistent), and meeting specific (open on joining a meeting). Cloud Apps can also be incorporated into meetings so everyone joining the meeting has those Cloud Apps opened for them.
What is this service generally used for?
The primary use for VIBE is enabling context appropriate collaboration. Depending on the need, people can chat, call, and meet on a scheduled or ad hoc basis.
Actual Collaboration while working in Team is enhanced since all desired tools can be incorporated into each members' work environment.
Does this service integrate with any other apps?
Users of Cloud Applications use VIBE to add Unified Communications to services selected by each user, in meetings, and by the Team. In addition, VIBE includes the ability to register the Client to any VOIP service for 'Phone A Friend' capabilities.
Does this service offer multi-user capability (e.g. teams)?
Yes. VIBE can be organized by Communities, where each Member and Meeting of the Community is visible when logged into the Client. Users can be Members of multiple Communities, and select one or all Communities to be viewed at a given time. Members of Communities can also be external to the Organization, and Guest login is supported without limit.
What platforms does this service support?
Desktops (Windows, Apple, Linux), Mobile (Android, Apple), Phone/Conference Bridge, Room and Telepresence Systems (H.323/SIP Video), and Browser (WebRTC) are all supported.
Who are the main user groups of this service?
People needing communications with remote team members, colleagues, and customers/clients use VIBE for Presence, Persistent Chat, Voice and Video Communications.