Video conferencing is the bane of my existence, if it’s not noisy lines, it’s having to download installers to make the thing work, if it’s not bizarre calendar mishaps, it’s choppy quality and bandwidth hogs – yup, video conferencing is one of those nice ideas that still isn’t quite there. You’d think given both the attention that top shelf player like Cisco’s TelePresence are giving the space, and of disruptive approaches like Skype or Google Hangouts, that the problems would be solved by now, but alas not.
Into this mess of dysfunctionality boldly steps Fuze. Fuze is a cloud based video conferencing platform that boasts both HD video and audio. It is, of course, cross platform and device and is trying to gain an edge on the competition via its integration with existing enterprises tools.