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Unleashing the Power of Remote Work

An interview with Michael Buday, Chief Software Designer at Fuze. What are you (and your team) working on? We work on all UX and UI related design aspects of the product, whether it’s a desktop, mobile or web based client. Right now we’re working on the next phase of the Fuze product, async activity spaces

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Spotlight on: Fuze culture with Claire Ucovich

Interview with Claire Ucovich, Vice President of People & Culture at Fuze. 1. What is your role at Fuze? Vice President of People & Culture – which I translate to ‘focusing on the experience of being a part of Fuze’; everything from where you sit, to what you’re learning, to creating a space that emulates

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Introducing Fuze Customer Success.

[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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The Fuze Tip & Trick with Asaf Nachmany

Every week, the Fuze Tip & Trick blog series provides valuable insider tips used by Fuze employees in their day-to-day jobs. Each week, we spotlight a different employee from various departments, roles & offices within Fuze. Today’s tip is brought to us from Software Engineer (and fan of Beaker) Asaf Nachmany.  Employee: Asaf Nachmany Title: Software Engineer

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Tuesday Tip & Trick with Nicole Khazanedar

Every Tuesday, the Fuze Tip & Trick blog series provides valuable insider tips used by Fuze employees in their day-to-day jobs. Each week, we spotlight a different employee from various departments, roles & offices within Fuze. This week’s tip takes us into the world of recruiting, featuring Fuze Technical Recruiter Nicole Khazanedar. Employee: Nicole Khazanedar Title:

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Fuze Gives Back: Community Outreach @ Glide

Giving back to the community is one of our most important and valued missions here at Fuze. In the corporate world, often times we lose ourselves in deadlines, forecasts, revenue growth strategies, our exotic trips, and our luxury cars, that we take for granted many of the most important aspects of the human condition. On

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Tuesday Tip & Trick with Philip Cortes

Every Tuesday, the Fuze Tip & Trick blog series provides valuable insider tips used by Fuze employees in their day-to-day jobs. Each week, we spotlight a different employee from various departments, roles & offices within Fuze.

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First food truck to our Palo Alto office

On May 13th, we brought our first food truck to our Palo Alto office. Our Dev & Product peeps needed a break from a deep dive in our Q2 planning meetings and sunny taco lunch was just what they needed. Thanks to 333 for the amazing food and service! FYI, the mojito drinks were a huge

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How We Hire At Fuze

How we hire at Fuze. As a rapid-growth organization one of our biggest challenges is discovering people who can help us on our journey to redefine professional communication and collaboration. This week we had five new employees start, by the end of the month there will be 13, and if you visit our job site

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The flood test; ensuring business continuity without an office.

As a company, we talk a lot about the opportunities video interactions provide in terms of cost savings, efficiency and productivity. Over the past couple of weeks we have seen businesses across the world disrupted by unforeseen circumstance; underground closures in London, flooding in other parts of England, heavy snow across America’s east coast. Many

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My Life as a Fuzer: Baptism by Flood

The phrase “first week of work” typically conjures images akin to university syllabus week: visits to the supply closet to select your pens, navigating the complex benefits election process, meeting and greeting new faces, setting up multiple IT devices and getting your feet wet on initial projects. In the real world? It’s usually a bit

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