Monday, April 8, 2013

New Video conferencing Option

There's a new option for visual communications. FuzeBox is a San Francisco-based startup selling high-definition video-conferencing applications. Gallaudet University is using it to let users sign with one other--every faculty member and student has a free account. FuzeBox allows up to a dozen people to meet through video conferencing and present video, photos and presentations. The service costs about $15 a month or $828 a year for Business (the Enterprise version is a custom package that requires special pricing). Since FuzeBox operates in the cloud there is no hardware and starting sessions is quick. Here's a video introduction.