Fuze vs Microsoft Teams: What are the differences?
Fuze: Online Meetings for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. Fuze is the highest quality most reliable way to meet, share, and get work done. Fuze supports 12 HD video conference streams and up to 250 participants with clear HD voice. Share high resolution interactive content with powerful co-annotation controls; Microsoft Teams: Chat-based workspace in Office 365. See content and chat history anytime, including team chats with Skype that are visible to the whole team. Private group chats are available for smaller group conversations.
Fuze belongs to "Web and Video Conferencing" category of the tech stack, while Microsoft Teams can be primarily classified under "Group Chat & Notifications".
Some of the features offered by Fuze are:
- Consistent experience across supported devices
- Mobile: iOS and Android
- Desktop: OSX, Windows, and Linux
On the other hand, Microsoft Teams provides the following key features:
- All your content, tools, people, and conversations are available in the team workspace
- Enjoy built-in access to SharePoint, OneNote, and Skype for Business
- Work on documents right in the app
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We use Microsoft Teams as our primary workplace collaboration tool. It enables our team to work remotely and still collaborate on projects - with integration to JIRA and Confluence, the tool enables us to create War Rooms when problems occur and also provides information-sharing capabilities. Replaced HipChat.