Unified communications has long been touted as the future, but being able to provide access to all of one’s calls and messages on multiple devices is an idea that has just barely come to fruition. Now, the folks at Firespotter Labs think they’ve built a solution — a cloud-based platform for enterprise communications called Switch.
Firespotter Labs was probably best known for building UberConference, a cloud-based phone conferencing system that won TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield a couple of years ago. (It also built a few lesser-known apps, which included Nosh, NoshList, and Jotly, but has been mostly focused on solving this communications problem.)
Over the years, Uberconference continued to add features like Screen Sharing, integration with Google Hangouts, Box and Evernote. But in the background, the team has been working on a whole new communications platform for enterprise users.
This isn’t the first time…
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