Huddle, the UK’s most trusted solution for cloud collaboration, is now available on the G-Cloud 7 (G7) Digital Marketplace, which launched this week.
There’s plenty of research to support the idea that collaborative organizations are better positioned for success. But, what if you work in a team that just doesn’t collaborate?
If you understand the value of working together, it can be frustrating to operate in an environment where knowledge and ideas just don’t flow.
There are several reasons why some people just don’t work collaboratively. Here are the most common:
Thanksgiving is here once again, which not only means big turkey dinners with family and friends, but another year of news stories about crowded stores opening earlier or about the increasing number of people choosing to shop online. What fewer people are talking about, however, is the subtle change enabling an entirely different shopping experience: mobile.
It’s that time of year where we sit with family and friends, enjoy a very hearty meal and contemplate the things we are thankful for. Given the pervasiveness of technology (and the fact that we’re a technology company) it got us thinking about the technology that’s had the biggest impact on our lives in the last year.
Back in August we spoke about the importance of preventing data breaches, and the increasing amount of collaboration taking place via cloud-based solutions.
“You’re working on a highly sensitive project, and need an effective way to collaborate with others, but you’re worried that confidential information could inadvertently be shared with the wrong people.”
A third year PhD student at the Center for Extragalactic Astronomy at Durham University, George Lansbury is in the middle of a very ambitious project: digging deep through the gas and dust clouds to detect and observe black holes. The NuSTAR project is comprised of a collaborative group of about 150 astrophysicists from all over the world working together to understand black holes better.
Today we announced a preferential pricing scheme with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) for public sector and government bodies.
Whether you’re up against a deadline, managing multiple client engagements, or pulling together the results of a client project, having software tools that play nicely together can make a big difference to your productivity.
Huddle Desktop is your everyday shortcut to Huddle. It’s available for Windows or Mac, and connects the desktop and web experience to simplify how you find, open and edit documents. On Windows, it’s also integrated into Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook to give you quick access whenever you need it.
Last week I hosted a webinar featuring Principal Analyst at Forrester, Cheryl McKinnon, who covers trends challenges and recommended practices for managing enterprise content, to discuss what the move from content management to content collaboration really means for those in accounting and consulting.
Take a look at Gartner's 2015 CIO Agenda: A Government Perspective to better understand the challenges that Government CIOs face, and starting building a roadmap for overcoming them.