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Next generation content collaboration

Governments and enterprise enter the era of next-generation content collaboration

Posted on 28 Jun, 2013 by in Collaboration & productivity, Government, SharePoint | Leave a comment

At the end of May, we welcomed customers, analysts and journalists from far and wide to our San Francisco office to unveil our vision for the future of content collaboration and Huddle’s first annual Enterprise Information Landscape study. The research, carried out by Ipsos Mori, examined how 2,000 office workers in the US and 2,000… Read more

Consumerization of IT

The hidden dangers that come with the consumerization of IT

Posted on 16 Nov, 2012 by in Huddle news | 2 comments

The consumerization of IT has been an emerging trend in the business world over the last two years. Whether it is Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies that allow workers to connect their personal smartphones, tablets and other devices to enterprise IT systems, or staff using consumer file-sharing tools like Dropbox in the workplace, one… Read more

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The rise of iPad for the enterprise

Posted on 11 Apr, 2012 by in Huddle news | Leave a comment

A few weeks ago, Pauline, Huddle’s Head of Public Sector, wrote about the exponential rise of the tablet in both private and public sector organizations and the buying frenzy sparked by the launch of the new iPad – three million tablets flew off the shelves in just 72 hours. Today, the latest figures from analyst house… Read more

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Why consumer file sharing apps like Dropbox are just not enterprise-ready

Posted on 10 Apr, 2012 by in Huddle news | 2 comments

Last week VentureBeat reported on a security hole discovered in Facebook’s iOS and Android apps as well as in Dropbox’s online file storage iOS app. According to VentureBeat, the flaw allowed anyone with access to a phone to copy login credentials as both Facebook and Dropbox store login information in unencrypted text files. Indeed, according to… Read more

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The death of the traditional enterprise

Posted on 25 May, 2011 by in Huddle news | 1 comment

A few weeks ago, I presented at Internet World in London on the death of the traditional enterprise. Here are my thoughts. So, why the death of the enterprise? How will it die exactly? Of old age? With the decay of time? I believe it will die in battle. We are on an unavoidable collision… Read more