The mobile invasion is here. No one is chained to his or her desktop anymore. Business is conducted on the move, on a mobile device—walking to work, getting on a plane, from a beach.
You’ve heard this word tossed around the industry, the office, and the marketplace, but does anyone really know what it means? Humans have been collaborating together since the beginning, so we know, intrinsically, what it can accomplish. Just look at how far society has come from the cave days.
Enterprise and government organizations are waking up to the ticking time bomb beneath “Big Content”: file security and loss risks, and fragmented data storage. The tidal wave of content we’re surrounded with is only set to get bigger, so forward-thinking parties need to find a way to calm the waters and quickly, easily, and securely manage all of the files and data we have to deal with every day.
The secret to your success isn’t hidden somewhere in that 80s movie with Michael J. Fox, but rather, nestled somewhere between the technology that drives your marketing department’s infrastructure and the backstage genius that drives your marketers.
Huddle is committed to keeping your data safe and secure. Some of the biggest businesses in the world, and numerous government organizations, trust Huddle with their data. This document will give you an overview of Huddle’s secure infrastructure and policies.
Frustrated employees are engaging in risky business. Critical enterprise data is walking right out the front door, as 41% of employees are using unsecure, fragmented consumer cloud services, and 91% use personal storage
Mobility, mobility, mobility. It’s the immediate future of the workforce. And considering that Bring Your Own Device policies are now the norm, it’s no stretch to say the on-the-go employee is already here. But recent research shows plenty of employees putting sensitive documents and other critical files at high-security risk as work-issued and personal mobile devices find their way into the workplace.
Because cloud infrastructure exists mostly or entirely outside of on-premise data centers, IT admins aren’t always properly equipped with the full scope of knowledge needed to evaluate cloud security practices among vendors and form.
Huddle invented and launched the Huddle content connector service to integrate SharePoint (or network drives) to the Huddle cloud and allow content to be easily published or migrated between the systems. All the details are right here in this white paper.
People are inherently social and drawn to working together. In the past, corporate structure and archaic technology was responsible for creating artificial barriers and making it too difficult to collaborate.
Emerging technologies have pushed the status quo down the garbage chute—and SharePoint is at the bottom of the bag. As CIOs play a more central role in shaping the strategic direction of their company.
Turning off on-premise solutions is unrealistic, cost prohibitive, and could lead to loss of functionality in certain areas of the business. But you don’t have to hit the “off” switch on SharePoint to supercharge the system.
The UK government has been a trailblazer when it comes to pioneering cloud technology in the public sector—and for good reason. The cloud is revolutionizing how government operates, resulting in cost-effective public services and tremendous efficiency.
Cloud collaboration is a game-changer for government. Both the US and the UK have adopted a Cloud First policy. But what does effective cloud collaboration look like? And which tools and services work best for the public sector?
This white paper examines the content collaboration challenges and options now available. Find out why some services succeed and fail to meet the demands for security, mobility, and content sharing. Read about local councils who found the perfect solution.
By its very nature, much of government work depends on the ability of employees to collaborate in some form or fashion. Until recently, the technology options for collaboration were limited. Download this report to learn why 66% of US Government workers now use online collaboration tools to be more productive.
Collaboration has always been a part of the way government does business, but until relatively recently it was something that happened only at certain times and between select groups of people. In this special report by FCW you will learn about the rise of enterprise collaboration, the five keys to collaboration and more.
In this Huddle white paper, we’ll explore why you can’t rely on your current systems to document, test and maintain your BCDR plan. Why email can result in an increased risk of the wrong BCDR plan being implemented, a long production cycle and reduced productivity.
Find out how Huddle can help HR departments work faster, hurdle challenges, and stay competitive while keeping information secure.
In this white paper, find out how Huddle provides straightforward, secure collaboration for operations across departments, geographies, and other organizations.
Find out how Huddle can help bid management teams by maximizing the quality of bids, increasing deal success and minimizing risk.
Download this Huddle for Marketing White Paper and discover how Huddle inspires more effective marketing that drives bigger, faster deals and revenue growth.
Don’t be that guy or that girl. Whether it’s due to poor planning, lack of collaboration, or accidental email communications, big gaffes can come in even bigger packages—like marketing campaigns gone terribly wrong.
Newsflash: marketing campaign management is more complex now than ever before. Today we deal with in-house and external professionals who must work together to create, develop, and deliver campaigns. And the complexities only start there.
It should come as no surprise that plenty of marketers today primarily rely on email to collaborate with their coworkers. Email, while useful, has some giant pitfalls—bloated email inboxes, multiple versions of the same documents floating back and forth, and downright embarrassing, career-stunting gaffes.
We tend to think of branding as a modern-day phenomenon. Certainly, during the late 1990s and the early 2000s, branding emerged as a prominent focal point not only for companies and their products, but also for municipalities, universities, non-profit organizations, and even individuals.
The role of the marketer has changed greatly over the past few years as a result of new technology. But what might the marketing department of the future look like?
Marketing today revolves around content co-creation and collaboration. But it also requires innovation, because you need to convince customers that you offer the best approach to solving their problems.
What is Huddle? Re-imagine how your organization stores, shares, and collaborates on content internally and externally with customers, partners, and suppliers. Used by 100,000 businesses and governments worldwide, Huddle is the leading provider of cloud content collaboration for the enterprise.
Huddle is the #1 SharePoint alternative. With lower cost, higher uptimes, and out of the box mobile applications, Huddle is the logical choice for your content management and collaboration needs.
Where SharePoint fumbles, Huddle picks up. Easily deploy Huddle on top of, along side, or instead of SharePoint to empower your agency to finish projects and get results faster than ever before.
Huddle is the #1 SharePoint cloud alternative. With lower cost, higher uptimes, and out of the box mobile applications, Huddle is the logical choice for your content management and collaboration needs.