Enterprise mobility is widespread throughout the business world, with 61 percent of employees working outside the office on mobile devices, according to Citrix, which also found that enterprise-managed mobile devices saw a 72 percent increase between 2014 and 2015.
Adecco Group, the world’s leading provider of HR solutions, was relying on a fragmented assortment of collaboration tools to manage their bid management processes. This not only made it difficult to share content, it slowed their bid response times. They needed a more efficient, more secure way to manage this process. What they found was Huddle.
Many organizations have considered a move to Microsoft Office 365. Building on Microsoft’s suite of products Office 365 includes a number of options to move enterprise content and communications to the cloud. For those with a legacy Microsoft-centric IT environment, it makes sense to at least consider the move.
How truly connected businesses can gain a competitive advantage
This week the BBC published an article that details the 10 Local Councils that have had the most data breaches during a three-year period.
The volume of data breaches is significant (4,236), and something that we should all be concerned about!
Berkeley Research Group (BRG) connects clients to internal experts, and a global network of affiliated firms, universities, and individuals to help clients to overcome strategic, operational, and analytical challenges.To keep pace with the industries we serve and to maintain a competitive edge, we looked to cutting-edge technology.
Ok, I admit this openly: I am terrible about clearing out my inbox. As of this writing, I have 3,738 emails in my work inbox alone. My personal email inbox is even worse, boasting nearly 15,000 emails. This may seem like a lot of emails, but to many, that is a fraction of what’s going on in their inbox.
Many legacy ECM systems, such as SharePoint, weren’t built to deliver the external collaboration requirements of today’s businesses. In fact, more than a quarter of SharePoint deployments are augmented with third-party tools, such as Huddle, to enhance functionality and deliver secure cloud-based collaboration that works across the firewall.
Could Gartner’s Digital Workplace Maturity Model help you to drive greater employee collaboration?
“CIOs and IT leaders must build a more social, mobile, accessible and data-driven work environment that can exploit rapidly changing business conditions.”1 This is the key mandate of Gartner’s Digital Workplace Agenda; a business strategy for promoting employee effectiveness and engagement through a more consumer-like computing environment.2
All manner of organizations are currently trying to find effective ways of collaborating, especially when geographically dispersed. Sharing information, asking and responding to questions – these can become harder and slower simply on account of distance between team members. Imperial College London is a prime example, in particular its Railway and Transport Strategy Centre (RTSC) within the Centre for Transport Studies (CTS), part of its faculty of Civil and Environment Engineering.