Trusted by 80% of UK central government departments and In-Q-Tel (IQT), our partner in the U.S., Huddle is the most pervasive cloud-based content collaboration platform in the government. It allows teams, departments, and agencies to share and work on documents internally and across the firewall, securely and confidentially. Huddle is a popular alternative choice to SharePoint in the cloud, offering unbelievably easy-to-use collaboration tools, uptime and adoption guarantee.
Programme Manager, Cheltenham Borough Council
“We looked at deploying other government collaboration tools, including SharePoint, but they required a lot of infrastructure work and had a slow design and deployment process. We could get up and running on Huddle immediately, and everyone could access the information they needed from wherever they were, which is great for remote teams.”
Huddle all set to launch service for the US government
In September last year, Huddle announced its strategic partnership with I-Q-Tel (IQT) to deliver its collaboration platform to the US government.
Today, the company is on track to develop a FISMA-certified instance of its cloud-based content collaboration platform for two of I-Q-Tel’s customer agencies: the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T), and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).
What you missed at Huddle’s Government Cloud conference
On January 16, Huddle’s second annual Government Cloud conference took place at the UK National Audit Office. Click below to view presentations delivered during the conference:
Huddle has been hailed an uncontested leader for cloud computing in government collaboration, with 14% of government orders via G-Cloud filed for its cloud content collaboration platform. Read more on the subject here.
What’s new in the world of government cloud collaboration: