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Unified communications firm Fuze hires well-traveled CEO to lead it to IPO promised land

VoIP News November 5, 2017

Fuze, the Cambridge, Mass., unified communications-as-a-service company that recently scored an additional $ 104 million in funding, has named 25-year-plus tech industry veteran Colin Doherty as its CEO.

Most recently Doherty oversaw internet performance management and DNS service provider Dyn during exciting times: He joined in October, later that month the company got hit with a massive DDoS attack and then Oracle bought the vendor in November

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