Fuze, the main cloud-based communications provider for the advanced worldwide enterprise, today declared that it has been granted another patent for meeting room control, empowering clients to leverage their current Fuze Mobile application to consistently control the in-room meeting experience from their mobile device instead of a customary fixed tablet or controller.
Fuze Receives A New Technology Patent
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) gave Fuze U.S. Patent No. 10999555 on May 4, 2021. Rather than depending on a fixed controller that requires designation of a solitary “clicker” or passing a device around a room to control aspects of a meeting, this development awards meeting room controls to various participants on their mobile devices to consistently deal with the meeting experience.
“These next couple of months will be basic for organizations as they return their offices, with many progressing to a hybrid model of face to face and far off work. The capacity to consistently control and run meetings paying little heed to a member’s location will be crucial for a beneficial and powerful flexible work experience,” said Rob Scudiere, president and chief operating officer at Fuze. “We at Fuze are focused on consistent development to give the advancing workforce the tools needed to drive further collaboration across enterprise organizations.”
Fuze is a worldwide cloud communications provider for the enterprise. Our instinctive brought together communications and contact focus platform empowers consistent change between calling, meeting, talking, and sharing fueled by the business driving smart cloud design. Fuze engages the computerized and circulated workforce to impart anyplace, whenever, and across any device. Established in 2006, Fuze is settled in Boston, MA with offices all throughout the planet. For more information, visit fuze.com.