Review: Fuze Meeting Web Conferencing Service

Entrepreneur: Review – Fuze Meeting Web Conferencing Service

Jonathan Blum liked Fuze’s easy initial set-up, cool look and feel and cost-saving potential, but notes that it’s not as intuitive as it looks. He recommends it for small firms with some tech skills inhouse.

“In a business made up of six people across five states, my colleagues and I are always looking for better ways to collaborate. We meet as a group once a week, using a variety of tools intended to help us work together better, see or hear each other more clearly, or contribute to a shared document in real time.

So I was intrigued when I saw a live demo of Fuze Meeting, a new collaboration product from San Francisco-based Fuze Box Inc. The company describes its product as “a web conferencing tool that lets you share everything on your screen in high resolution with anyone, anywhere, on any device.” Overall, I was impressed enough initially with its lower cost and potentially greater ease-of-use than big-name competitors like GoToMeeting from Citrix Systems Inc. and WebEx from Cisco Systems Inc. In particular, the design and layout of the service appeared unique, but I wondered how well this complex product would perform in a live business setting against such stiff completion.”

Small Business Computing Staff
Small Business Computing Staff
Small Business Computing addresses the technology needs of small businesses, which are defined as businesses with fewer than 500 employees and/or less than $7 million in annual sales.

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