If you must simultaneously edit documents on a project, Huddle is not a good option. Also, if your team is not technically savvy, the learning curve can be challenging. Finally, if you need hundreds or thousands of people working on a project, Huddle might not be the right choice. I think it is better for teams under 100 people.
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Huddle is a decent solution for low-mid volume document colaboration. Much quicker to interact with than Sharepoint, and well suited to a mobile workforce who are sporadically connected.
Huddle is great when there is a lot of collaboration and review of deliverables. It is much easier than accessing a hard drive or resource that requires a long mapping script to access. It asks you to log in every time you access it, so it is a very safe application. It has no limit on the number of folders you can create, amount of documents you can upload, amount of people you can add to the workspace, etc. I love it!
It's perfect if you want to optimise communication in your team and cut down on back and forth emails. Also if you work with documents or files that are critical, this is really nice to have since you get access to multiple versions of your documents. Plus being able to see who has worked on different files is great for adding accountability to your team.
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