WebRTC-based browser eliminates meeting friction for external users

The first cloud service to connect desktops, mobile devices, and room systems in one video meeting, BlueJeans Network, Inc. has announced the availability of BlueJeans Meetings in the Browser, a full-featured meetings solution designed for organizations that collaborate with third parties, partners and customers beyond the typical security boundaries of the enterprise, the company said.

Many collaboration tools force the download of an executable file. BlueJeans Meetings in the Browser is built in response to direct customer feedback requesting a standards-based, superior meetings experience within the browser. Customers who are serious about driving adoption look for platform quality and consistency between mobile, desktop and browser.

BlueJeans is the provider of WebRTC open-source standard adoption. In continued efforts to advance its 2018 WebRTC product of the year, BlueJeans Meetings in the Browser includes a simple and intuitive user interface, spatial audio and Intelligent JoinTM, a new setting that allows meeting hosts to preselect whether attendees will be directed to download the client or join directly via browser link. The WebRTC open-source standard is an important factor in building a productive, spontaneous and collaborative platform for the modern workplace.

BlueJeans is the meetings platform for the modern workplace and the first cloud service to connect desktops, mobile devices and room systems in one video meeting. Thousands of companies from growing businesses to Fortune 500 leaders use BlueJeans every day for video, audio and web conferencing meetings and large interactive events, so people can work productively where and how they want. For more information, visit www.bluejeans.com.