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Go-Ahead keeps trains and buses running with Huddle

Posted on 30 Oct, 2014 by in Customer stories | Leave a comment

Go-Ahead, one of UK’s leading public transport providers, keeps its trains and buses moving with Huddle. The cloud collaboration service is used across several of Go-Ahead’s business areas but one of its key uses is with Go-Ahead’s engineers. Using Huddle engineers can now access the most up-to-date information on their iPads, at any time, from… Read more


Information Overload: Breakers of the Lost Workforce

Posted on 29 Oct, 2014 by in Huddle CEO viewpoint | Leave a comment

Today’s workplace is always switched on. Lost, confused, and overwhelmed, employees often feel bombarded by the explosion of content in a world that’s always switched on. So how much information is really out there? Well, according to IBM, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day and the majority of this data (90 per… Read more


Intelligence Around Enterprise Content Set to Transform the Workplace

Posted on 28 Oct, 2014 by in Huddle CEO viewpoint | Leave a comment

At the beginning of 2012, eMarketer predicted that, for the first time in history, US online advertising spend would surpass print advertising spend in newspapers and magazines. The tides had turned and the expectation was that online advertising would grow by 23.3 per cent, taking spend up to $39.5 billion. More recent figures from eMarketer… Read more


Your Parents Are Jealous: 9 Reasons the Modern Workplace Is More Efficient Than Ever

Posted on 27 Oct, 2014 by in Collaboration & productivity | Leave a comment

There are a lot of reasons why it is great to be a millennial, or to just be working with them, from employee portals to paperless offices and efficient collaboration. In addition to having the coolest phones and all the other latest technology (along with a remarkably positive outlook on life), the newest generation to enter… Read more

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Selecting the Best Knowledge Manangement Tool for Your Workforce – Part II

Posted on 24 Oct, 2014 by in Collaboration & productivity | Leave a comment

In yesterday’s post, I provided some tips on how to select the best knowledge management (KM) tool for your organization. Today, the tips continue: Identify goals / requirements Every organization should have its goals listed and prioritized and listed so that all stakeholders can better understand how any changes may impact an organization. Employees of… Read more

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Tips on How to Select the Best Knowledge Management Tool for Your Workforce

Posted on 23 Oct, 2014 by in Collaboration & productivity | Leave a comment

If you’re a manager of a large organization’s IT services, you have a plethora of choices to make when it comes to the ways in which your organization collaborates on and shares content. This is true of any organization, public or private, military or civilian. The marketplace for Knowledge Management (KM) tools offers plenty of… Read more


Is Email Hampering Your Employees’ Productivity?

Posted on 21 Oct, 2014 by in Collaboration & productivity | Leave a comment

It won’t be long before the email phobia of Gen Xers and Millennials percolates up to the C-Suite, and by then email will be considered as archaic as the 8-track tape player. Meanwhile, the standard in big corporate and government offices is, unfortunately, death by email. Email is a communications tool employees love to hate.… Read more

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Huddle named a leader in the Aragon Research Globe for Mobile Content Management

Posted on 17 Oct, 2014 by in Huddle news | 2 comments

Huddle has long recognized the fact that today’s workforce needs to securely access and work on files from any location, at any time of day, via whatever device they choose. Rather than being about just file storage, sync and share, people need to be able to work on their documents with everyone they need to… Read more


Knowledge Management and its Role in the Federal Government

Posted on 16 Oct, 2014 by in Government | Leave a comment

Since the dawn of the services sector, and now the digital and internet age, Knowledge Management (“KM”) has been an often misunderstood topic in the Federal Government. KM is usually associated with the IT field, though it easily encompasses IT and nearly every other branch of a department or agency. KM is simply a practical,… Read more


Has the G-Cloud Lost Momentum and its Way?

Posted on 15 Oct, 2014 by in Government | Leave a comment

The G-Cloud is without doubt the most hyped and publicised government procurement framework of all time. In fact, I’m not sure that any other contractual vehicle in history has sparked such passion or been regarded as such a significant agent of change as the G-Cloud. Why? Well, to understand that, you have to go back… Read more

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Resetting the Government’s Relationship with Technology: Is it Possible?

Posted on 14 Oct, 2014 by in Collaboration & productivity, Government | Leave a comment

Last week, Liam Maxwell, CTO for the UK government, took to the stage for his keynote at IP Expo. During the session Maxwell not only examined some of the issues with government technology in the past, but also set out his vision for the future. While the sentiment and aims of Maxwell’s speech ring true… Read more