Fuze is extending its breakthrough service to Windows PCs and tablets with the release of a new Fuze for Windows application.
The company has also announced a new Fuze for iPhone application close on the heels of Fuze for iPad and Fuze for Mac applications.
Fuze is an enterprise video communication and collaboration service that allows people to work from anywhere. This popular service is said to average about one million global meeting minutes per workday.
The company has designed its new applications to drive higher adoption, use, and business value over traditional web and video conferencing tools.
These new applications from Fuze feature a completely new, dynamic user experience that is consistent across devices.
While Fuze is available for Windows, iPhone, iPad and Mac, new Fuze applications for Android (News - Alert) (phone and tablet), and web browsers (HTML5) are expected to be available over the coming months.
"Fuze trumps the traditional conference call, connecting people and teams with a more engaging and productive collaboration experience that helps reduce distraction and multitasking,” said David Obrand, CEO, Fuze. “Fuze delivers the best of both worlds -- a reliable, low-friction experience across devices that users love, with enterprise scale, security and controls that IT requires."
Fuze allows remote workers and virtual teams to stay better connected and enables easy sharing of content like images, animated presentations, and videos in real time.
Thanks to Fuze, users can launch instant meetings with a few clicks, or easily add Fuze to meetings scheduled in Microsoft (News - Alert) Outlook and Google Calendar.
Enterprise video communication and collaboration services are in great demand and many companies strive to serve this market. Recently, Edgewater Networks (News - Alert) and InFocus announced interoperability of their video conferencing-capable products and services.
Both companies have teamed on providing users with a simplified, seamless video experience that promotes collaboration between individuals in disparate locations.
Edited by Adam Brandt