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Why tomorrow's leaders need to be big data evangelists

Big data is no longer an over-hyped trend on the horizon. It's very real, and it's definitely here to stay. According to a recent Forbes study, 90 percent of businesses have at least a "moderate" investment in analytics technologies, talent, infrastructure and processes.

Choosing a collaboration tool – Part 1

Built on ever-growing networks of individuals, teams, clients, partners and suppliers, organizations are no longer just distributed across an office, they’re distributed across the globe. To work seamlessly across organizational and geographical boundaries, it’s more important than ever that we’re able to collaborate easily with these people whether they are inside or outside of our organization’s firewall. And yet, as we gain access to more and more tools for creating and sharing documents, these tools usually don’t work together, creating audit and security issues.

Away from the office? Review and Approve Documents from Huddle for iOS and Android

When you’re always on the go, or working away from the office, keeping on top of your to-do list can be a real headache. Time critical activities such as the review and approval of important or urgent documents can slip, causing frustration and even costly delays. That’s why, with our mobile apps for Android and iOS, you can make the most of precious minutes between meetings to review and approve documents, see who else has approved the file, or check a file’s approval status.

What does it take to build a dream team?

I have been very fortunate to have worked on, played on and led some amazing teams, both in my personal life and in my career. The term ‘dream team’ is used as an aspirational statement and, if we are honest, over used to the point where most people would probably state they are on one! Read any technology company’s ‘About Us’ page and you’ll see words such as ‘hard working, smart, driven, fun’ – all of which give the impression of a ‘dream team’. But is that really what makes a ‘dream team?’

The key to an on time, on budget audit

With evolving business and regulatory considerations, audit teams are continually balancing the need to deliver greater client value, while being more efficient. Not an easy task. While technology has aided the audit process in many areas, helping audit practices to better meet client and regulatory obligations, there remains one key area of deficiency across the entire process - collaboration.

Removing the roadblocks to collaboration

Last week we introduced Document Comparison, a new feature designed to help users who are collaborating on a Microsoft Word document to compare it with a previous version. Document Comparison makes it easy to visually see changes that have been made between the current document and any historical version that’s stored in Huddle.

The power of a "HUG"

Over the past ten years, Huddle has steadily grown a large customer base within UK Central Government and beyond, with local government organisations and NHS institutions adopting our proven, cloud-based solution for their collaboration needs.

Document Comparison: Review documents the easy way

Whether you’re working on an important proposal, or just collaborating on some technical research, keeping track of changes made by your colleagues can really slow things down. When deadlines are looming, there’s often pressure to speed up review cycles, so simple tasks like finding and reviewing a few small changes in a 30 page document can be a frustrating experience.

A lack of collaboration is costing accountants

Employees, suppliers and customers are often spread across different buildings, cities, countries and even continents. All need secure access to workplace information anytime, anywhere. Accountancy firms are no exception.  

Competing in the Age of AI: 3 ways to set yourself apart

The professional service industry—any third-party consultancy or support service that helps businesses operate better–is massive. In the United States the professional service industry is comprised of almost 20 million people, which is roughly 13 percent of the total American workforce. Those 13 percent are in grave danger; they might find themselves jobless in as little as 10 years time.
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