Tag 'telepresence'

Fuze for Rooms Puts Pressure on Incumbent Video Conferencing Vendors (Aragon Research)

Fuze for Rooms is shaking up the video conferencing industry. David Mario Smith, research director, Aragon Research posted his analysis of how Fuze for Rooms is changing the way customers are thinking about room-based video conferencing. Read the report here: Aragon Research First Cut: Fuze Entry into the Video Conferencing Room Signals a New Price

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Fuze Redefines Video Conferencing Across Devices and Rooms

Fuze for Rooms allows companies to video-enable offices, huddle spaces and meeting rooms at a fraction of the cost of traditional video conferencing and telepresence systems SAN FRANCISCO – Sept. 8, 2014 – Fuze today announced Fuze for Rooms, extending its award-winning video collaboration service from smartphones, tablets and desktops to offices, huddle spaces and

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Keeping it Real Time – Optimize Your Network for Video

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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Connecting and Engaging a Global Workforce at Gartner PCC

Earlier this month Fuze sponsored the Gartner Portals, Content and Collaboration Summit in Los Angeles. The conference explored the variety of strategies and emerging tools organizations are using to drive bottom-line growth. Hearing from industry leading analysts and top thought leaders in the space, the trend toward employee engagement through mobile, social and analytics was

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How Video (finally) Delivers on its Education Promise: Imitating and improving interactions.

When video first started appearing at universities in the late 90s, it came with the hopes of connecting remote students and institutions as if they were in the same space. Academics coined the phenomenon “flipping the classroom”: the idea that students could easily complete coursework – typically bound by a classrooms’ four walls – from

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Fuze Leading Consumerization of Video Collaboration for Work

Fuze Leading Consumerization of Video Collaboration for Work with Global Freemium Growth and Enterprise-Wide Adoption High user engagement fuels leading companies to standardize on Fuze as a utility for all knowledge workers across devices, desktops and meeting rooms BT strategic relationship accelerates global scale SAN FRANCISCO – April 2, 2014 – Building on accelerating adoption

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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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Schedule Fuze Straight from Google Calendar

We believe Fuze should work the way you do — flexibly across the devices, networks and applications you use to get work done. Based on customer requests, we’re complementing our existing Microsoft Outlook calendar integration with the ability to add Fuze to your Google Calendar meetings — with just one click. With our Google Chrome

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Getting Employee Engagement Back on Track – Infographic

Employee engagement is off the rails. In its 2013 State of the Global Workplace report, Gallup found that only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work. Think about that for a minute. It means the vast majority of workers, an estimated 900 million people, are “emotionally disconnected from their workplaces and are less likely

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The High Cost of Multitasking (Infographic)

There is a war for our attention … and we are losing. Mounting research suggests we are being driven to a state of near-constant distraction by an onslaught of message notifications and the overwhelming temptation to multitask in the always-on, connected world. At work, consider how often an email, text, instant message or social message

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