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The Borough of Poole Moves to Paperless Working with Huddle

Posted on 21 Jan, 2015 by in Customer stories | Leave a comment

The Borough of Poole is a unitary authority responsible for local government in Poole, which is in Dorset, England, and is comprised of 16 wards and 42 councillors. In almost every corner of the council – committees, cabinets, council meetings, working parties and unit meetings – paper was driving the agenda. To solve this, we… Read more

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Tech News Bites – our round-up of news from early 2015 (1-16 January 2015)

Posted on 20 Jan, 2015 by in Collaboration & productivity, Huddle CEO viewpoint | Leave a comment

The New Year is in full swing in the tech industry with exciting events like Consumer Electronics Show (CES) already done and dusted, Box’s IPO hitting the headlines, Facebook at Work launching and more. CES in Las Vegas has gone through a huge transformation since its launch more than four decades ago, but the abundance… Read more

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Taking the temperature of cloud computing

Posted on 16 Jan, 2015 by in Collaboration & productivity, Government, Use cases | Leave a comment

Diagnosing the role of the cloud in the healthcare industry was the theme of yesterday’s THINK Cloud for Health conference at the Business Design Centre in London. THINK Cloud for Health is centred around the potential for cloud computing in the 21st century health service.  With an increasing and ageing population, the NHS is faced… Read more

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Finding and keeping talent on the UK tech scene

Posted on 14 Jan, 2015 by in Huddle CEO viewpoint | Leave a comment

Thanks to the spotlight that has been shone on the area for the past few years, finding talented developers in Tech City is easy. While Silicon Valley has long been heralded as the place to source the best talent in the tech world, that’s certainly no longer the case. Universities across the UK are now the source for… Read more

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Government spending with SMEs – are we nearly there?

Posted on 06 Jan, 2015 by in Government, Huddle CEO viewpoint | Leave a comment

As the government’s 2015 SME (direct and indirect) spending target of 25 per cent fast approaches, reports suggest that it’s on track. However, to really help drive the innovation economy, the government still needs to boost direct spend to SMEs. Yes, direct SME spend may have increased from just 6.5 percent in 2009/10 to 10.5… Read more

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Don’t be fooled, funding is a full-time job

Posted on 22 Dec, 2014 by in Collaboration & productivity | Leave a comment

One of the biggest mistakes tech startups can make is failing to realise that raising cash from investors can be a full-time job and take months. When you’re out and about, pressing investor flesh and running through your ‘show me the money’ presentation for the millionth time, who is running your business? Preparing, pitching, doing… Read more

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Tech News Bites – our round-up of last week’s news (8 -12 December 2014)

Posted on 17 Dec, 2014 by in Huddle CEO viewpoint | Leave a comment

Last week was an exciting one at Huddle as we announced the fact that we’d secured a $51 million Series D round of funding. This not only validates our leadership in the content collaboration market but brings our vision of the entire enterprise ecosystem securely collaborating, sharing and working on content together closer than ever.… Read more

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Huddle celebrates $51 million Series D funding, delivering content collaboration to enterprise worldwide

Posted on 11 Dec, 2014 by in Collaboration & productivity, Huddle CEO viewpoint, Huddle news | Leave a comment

Today, we’re very excited to announce that Huddle has secured a $51 million Series D round of funding. This is a huge validation of our leadership in the collaboration market and brings our vision of entire enterprise ecosystems – internal teams, customers, partners and suppliers – securely collaborating, sharing and working on content together in… Read more

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Tech News Bites – our round-up of last week’s news (1-5 December 2014)

Posted on 09 Dec, 2014 by in Collaboration & productivity, Huddle CEO viewpoint | Leave a comment

Last week saw some good news for the UK tech scene as Silicon Roundabout is set to get a boost from the £85 million ($133 million) fund set up by the Mayor of London along with six tech investors. The Mayor’s Office will support the fund with £25 million and the further £60 million is… Read more

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British Fencing Trains Tomorrow’s Fencing Elite using Huddle

Posted on 02 Dec, 2014 by in Customer stories | Leave a comment

As the National Governing Body for the Olympic Sport of Fencing, British Fencing is responsible for the Great Britain teams at senior, junior and cadet level and is behind the athletes, supporting and helping to drive such successes. In particular, our World Class Programme (WCP) leads, manages and supports athlete’s development towards podium success at… Read more

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Tech News Bites – our round up of this week’s news (28 November)

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

Cyber security has been a hot topic in the press this week as news of a web site that has been hosting breached webcam, baby monitor and CCTV footage raised alarm bells worldwide. The hacker hosting the web site had allegedly been able to access the footage due to weak or default passwords on the… Read more

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East Renfrewshire Council Drives Secure ICT Collaboration with Huddle

Posted on 26 Nov, 2014 by in Customer stories | Leave a comment

At East Renfrewshire Council, we were faced with the challenge of delivering a faster, easier ICT collaboration programme with neighbouring local authorities. We wanted to collaborate on a number of ICT-related work streams across partner councils—all with the aim of increasing the quality of citizen service, optimising efficiency and ensuring procurement excellence. The ability to… Read more