Fuze Meeting is a new application for the iPad, created by Fuze Box, that lets you create and host meetings right from your device. While other conference/meeting tools like WebEx and Go to Meeting have existed on the iPad for a while now, many have lacked the ability to host a meeting on the device.
Fuze Meeting on the iPad allows you to host meetings and access presentation files from Keynote on your iPad or through presentations stored on your Dropbox account. In the meeting, you can also bring up Word documents, PDFs, movies, images; and, you can use a faux laser dot on the screen to show audience members exactly what you’re talking about in a document, PDF, or other material that can be presented with Fuze Meeting. Using the iPad you can join in on the conference call, or you can use in-meeting chat or instant messages to talk to your audience.
Fuze Meeting is available now on the App Store [iTunes link] with a 30-day free trial of the Fuze Meeting service. More information can be found on the Fuze Meeting website, or in the Fuze Meeting for iPad introduction video below.
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