Blue Jeans vs GoToMeeting
Last updated: July 01, 2018
With our cloud-based video collaboration service, you can forget about needing any additional hardware or software. Simply combine a Blue Jeans account with a video-enabled device and Internet access, and you have a quick and easy formula for effortless video conferencing
GoToMeeting allows you to host an online meeting with up to 15 people – so you can do more and travel less. Using our web conferencing tool, you can share any application on your computer in real time. Attendees join meetings in seconds. Enable high-definition video conferencing with one click. GoToMeeting free alternatives are: Skype, Google Hangouts. If you are looking for open-source self-hosted GoToMeeting alternatives pay attention to Jitsi and Rocket.Chat.
Face to face in the news:
2017 - GoToMeeting unveiled conference room solution to win over Blue Jeans
GoToMeeting launched GoToConference - all-in-one hardware system that lets you set up a small
to mid-sized conference room to be ready to join and host meetings in
an instant. More affordable and less difficult than Blue Jeans, GoToConference brings high-quality video and audio to your meetings rooms. The devices work together seamlessly, so an IT or AV tech can set up a video conferencing hub in minutes. Connect the devices to a screen, turn them on and call it a day. The GoToConference bundle comes with the hardware and software you need to set up a huddle room in minutes. It’s easy to start a meeting or invite others to join − just click Start or enter a meeting ID. GoToConference includes: USB conference phone, 1080p HD Logitech webcam, Chromebox computer, wireless keyboard and touchpad, GoToConference subscription.
2014 - GoToMeeting comes to Android smartwatches. Beware Blue Jeans
Videoconferencing app GoToMeeting added support for Android Wear smartwatches. The new app is already available on Google Play and works with Android Wear watches including the Samsung Gear Live, Moto 360, and LG G Watch. With this GoToMeeting app, the watch is a second (or third) screen, offering only simple playback control. Citrix doesn’t expect users to conduct business from their wrist, but rather use their phone or computer for more important tasks than joining bi-daily sales calls.