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Fuze Connects Enterprise Video Collaboration Service with Dropbox, Box and Okta
Fuze, a leading enterprise video communication and collaboration service that allows people to work anywhere, has partnered with Dropbox, Box and Okta to further align Fuze to the way people get work done.
"We all need tools that move with us throughout the work day across conversations, locations and devices," said David Obrand, Fuze CEO. "Fuze works the way you work, bringing people and content together anywhere, and now connects to more of the applications you already use like Dropbox, Box and Okta."
Simplified access to content from any device with Dropbox and Box
Either before or during a Fuze meeting, users can now simply add files from their Dropbox or Box accounts using their phones, tablets or desktops, improving the ability to collaborate from anywhere. Beyond screen sharing, Fuze allows remote workers and teams to share and annotate content in high definition (HD) and supports a range of content types including full-motion videos, animated presentations, images, documents, etc.
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