If you think collaboration across your public authority is tricky, just thank your lucky stars you’re not running the Government of Greenland. The world’s largest island (in terms of area), three-quarters of which is covered by ice sheets, is the least densely populated country in the world. Collaboration here is, to say the least, chilly.

The Government needed a tool that would boost collaboration across the region, providing internal departments with an effective project and content management platform, and giving each of the four municipalities in Greenland, as well as many public companies, access to the documentation they needed.

The cloud would not only enable people to work on documents securely and simultaneously, regardless of time and place, but also provide the business continuity and disaster recovery bonus of having everything backed up in the cloud.

With Huddle, the Government has an online portal for all the departments and organizations they work with. They can set up new workspaces and add new users as and when needed. Now it is easy to see which is the latest version of any file and document, as well as who edited it and when. This is essential when working with a large number of organizations as many man hours can be lost chasing up people for files and updates.

As Huddle works across the firewall, external organizations can also access the workspaces from any device at any time, as long as they have the right level of permission. This means that the government can control who can access what content and when, which is essential for maintaining the high levels of security vital in the public sector.

Like any public sector organization, the Government of Greenland wanted to make the most out of its budget, removing unnecessary charges and streamlining costs. By using Huddle, the authority was up and running straight away, without any training or on-going IT support.

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