Huddle adds publishing platform, analytics to collaboration portfolio

Huddle adds publishing platform, analytics to collaboration portfolio

Summary: The new products are designed to complement Huddle's existing intelligent recommendation engine for surfacing relevant content within large organizations.

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Cloud collaboration company Huddle has unveiled a new secure publishing platform with a decked-out analytics dashboard aimed at enterprise and government customers.

Designed for collaboration among teams, the publishing platform can be accessed by users both within and outside a designated firewall.

Some of the security measures being put in place include one-time passwords, expiration dates, and re-publishing capabilities.

The primary purpose of the analytics dashboard is to let these users be able to measure and track files published across Huddle's content management portfolio.

Looking at both products working together, for example, authors could publish read-only versions of documents to a select audience while monitoring all activities (i.e., viewing, sharing, trends etc.) for these files.

The new products are also designed to complement Huddle's existing intelligent recommendation engine for surfacing relevant content within large organizations.

Headquarted in London with offices in San Francisco, Huddle produces a team-based collaboration platform for use by large teams within enterprises for storing content securely and individually.

Much like competitors such as Box, Google Drive, and Microsoft SkyDrive, the idea behind Huddle is to replace personal USB drives and "dumb file storage" platforms with open-security models and folder-based content.

Huddle said it plans to officially launch both the publishing platform and associated analytics dashboard by early 2015.

Infographic via Huddle

Topics: Cloud, Big Data, Data Management, Enterprise Software, Software

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