We don’t cover most of the career moves or recruitments in the industry here at TechCrunch (we mostly keep track of those through CrunchBase), but some of them are just too noteworthy to not write about.
Case in point: Fuze Box, the provider of Internet and mobile unified communications solutions born out of the ashes of once publicly-listed CallWave, has appointed streaming media veteran Dr. → Read More
It’s a little surprising to see a Twitter application coming out of Fuze Box (formerly CallWave), which creates visual collaboration product. The company has clearly caught the Twitter bug (albeit a little late) and today is launching Tweetshare, an third party Twitter app that allows anyone to immediately publish any type of content to the web, including HD video, presentations, images and more… → Read More
Lately I’ve been writing a lot about the downsides of small-to-mid sized Tech IPOs. Fuze Box’s CEO, Jeff Cavins, can vouch that I’m not exaggerating. Last October he found himself in charge of a decade-old and dusty company—then called CallWave— that had a surprisingly modern and sexy new product. Called Fuze Meeting, it was a cloud-based way to collaborate in real-time, on any computer… → Read More