Fuze Meeting

by Fuze Box

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Pros
  • Hosts documents for faster delivery
  • Great video sharing
  • Annotation works on many file formats
  • Works entirely in browser
  • Peer-to-peer syncing
  • Can share/sync any folder
  • 5GB free online storage
  • Superb Google Docs integration
  • In-browser editing and viewing of many document types
  • Interactive Flash-based access to storage via Web
  • Unlimited versions and deleted files stored for paid accounts
  • Can share or sync any folder
  • Simple to set up and use
  • Supports both PCs and Macs
  • Can control settings from desktop client
  • Extensive mobile app support
Cons
  • No videoconferencing
  • Requires Skype for VoIP calls
  • Screen-sharing requires software download
  • No mobile app
  • Doesn't retain older versions or deleted files
  • Limit of nine users can share a folder
  • No view-only or read-only sharing mode
  • No specific business offering
  • No LAN sync
  • Can’t interrupt sync operations in progress
  • Free and personal accounts have limits on number of computers synced
  • Limited support for business accounts
  • Unpolished software
  • No support for file revision history
  • No sync over LAN
  • Retains five previous versions only
  • Rudimentary business features
At A Glance

Fuze Meeting may not do videoconferencing, but it offers most everything else you’d want in an online meeting service. It’s excellent for sharing and discussing all kinds documents, including large ones. That makes it great for any business but especially creative pros, medical offices, and anyone else who works with high-resolution media files.