Fuze for Rooms for Smart and Streamlined Video Conferencing
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Fuze, a visual communications solutions company, launches Fuze for Rooms, a cloud-based video collaboration service to a wide range of devices such as smartphones, tablets and desktops and wide range of places such as offices, huddle spaces, and meeting rooms. This solution provides a cost-effective and flexible means of video-enabling the workplace.
Fuze allows combining of voice and video communication along with content collaboration through which virtual teams can stay connected face-to-face. With the launch of the new subscription license in the form of ‘Fuze for Rooms‘ organizations can video-enable any room using off-the-shelf hardware.
Salient features of Fuze for Rooms are: launching instant messages from welcome screen; optimizing visual layout across two monitors; ability to check room’s availability via presence and instantly add it to a discussion from Fuze applications; compatibility with all fuze applications; provides a common user experience on iOS and Windows devices; ability to share dynamic content like images, animated presentations, and videos in real-time along with annotation capabilities by multiple participants.
As far as content is concerned, the user can bring his data from his device or add it from online storage platforms such as Dropbox or Box or just simply share the screen. By adding Fuze, meetings can be instantly launched even through platforms such as Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar.
The platform is designed for centralized management mitigating the complexity, allowing administrations for central provisioning, updates, and management for activities such as directory integration, single sign-on and integration with Okta – an enterprise-level identity management service solution.
“The tools you use to get work done should move with you across devices and environments, including meeting rooms. Fuze powers video collaboration everywhere, from the device in hand to the TV in the room,” said David Obrand, Fuze CEO.
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