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Product

Keeping it Real Time – Optimizing Your Network for Video

July 31st, 2014 | 108 views

by Nate Lee, Director, Technical Operations More workplaces are discovering the benefits of collaboration without regard for physical location as IP-based voice and video conferencing fast become the choice for communication both across the building and across the world. Fuze is opening the door for teams to collaborate in entirely new ways by democratizing the...

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Customers

Reaching remote regions: How ShalomLearning is using Fuze to ...

June 25th, 2014 | 851 views

Debi Himelfarb, Vice President of Operations Over two years ago we started a Jewish education program offering a flexible learning environment for students when they can’t be face-to-face in a classroom. Today we have more than 300 students globally with a special focus on those families in remote regions, as well as those who are...

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Thought leadership

Remote Worker Profile – Emma Plumb

July 29th, 2014 | 200 views

1. What are you working on? I’m the director of an initiative called 1 Million for Work Flexibility, and I’m an advocate for improving the way that work gets done through increased flexibility. 2. What’s the biggest challenge of working remotely right now? I think the biggest challenge of working remotely is that too many...

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News

Geekwire: Fuze jolts the enterprise video collaboration market

July 10th, 2014 | 1819 views

Geekwire’s Todd Bishop visited the Fuze Seattle office and sat down Fuze CEO David Obrand and Fuze head of engineering Amritansh Raghav, to talk about the mission to change the game in enterprise video collaboration. Read the article here...

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Life at Fuze

Introducing Fuze Customer Success.

July 28th, 2014 | 247 views

[Part 1 of 2 part series on Customer Success.] So you’ve just bought a product that helps you visually collaborate and communicate. Now what? Enter the Customer Success Manager (CSM) — the person who gets giddy whenever you say the word “deployment”. What you thought was going to be an overwhelming morass of a project...

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