SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/30/14 -- Office workers can now work together seamlessly in Huddle's secure cloud via their Microsoft Office tools thanks to Huddle for Office. Extending Huddle's Connected Desktop experience, Huddle for Office combines the power of office productivity tools with Huddle's cloud collaboration service. Users can now save files into their Huddle workspaces directly from Microsoft Office applications and each Word, PowerPoint and Excel file will include a full Huddle comment stream alongside it. Teams can provide feedback on content, make changes and reply in-context to co-workers using @ mentions and can use Huddle's cloud collaboration features without having to leave the applications and open a web browser.
"People's devices -- PCs, laptops, desktops and tablets -- are now simply a doorway to their world of work as the cloud gives them access to their files, colleagues' feedback and all the information they need," explains Alastair Mitchell, CEO. "Skipping between the applications on your desktop and cloud service to share information and discuss files with people is time-consuming and disrupts your workflow. With Huddle for Office, you can continue working in the desktop tools you're used to, but all of your feedback, files and updates are stored and shared in Huddle's secure cloud. Connecting with the people you need to and working together on your content has never been easier."
The Huddle for Office integration is available today and its key features are:
Huddle provides next generation content collaboration for government and enterprises. Its patent-pending intelligent technology ensures relevant content is delivered directly to Huddle users, with no need to search. Business units of any size work more efficiently by huddling together within a secure cloud service accessed via web browsers, desktop or mobile devices. Co-headquartered in London and San Francisco and with offices in New York City, Huddle's customers include 80 percent of Fortune 500 and 80 percent of UK government departments, as well as companies such as Kia Motors, Unilever and P&G. The company is privately held and backed by leading venture capital firms in the US and Europe
More information can be found at www.huddle.com.