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HighQ Forum, London 2015 in tweets

The HighQ Forum, London 2015 was our biggest and our best client event yet. We welcomed more than 100 clients to the Oxo2 in the OXO Tower for an afternoon of inspiring talks and enjoyable networking with like-minded legal IT professionals. We had a great turn out and the atmosphere was fantastic on a hot […]

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The key technologies your enterprise needs

With London Technology Week fast approaching, we wanted to take a look at the technologies that are essential to the enterprise today. London Tech Week is a week of events celebrating London’s global position as a hotbed of tech innovation, business successes, entrepreneurship and creative talent. Tech start ups are a massive part of London’s […]

May 2015 news round-up: Cloud strategy and collaboration software

May 2015 news round-up: Cloud strategy and collaboration software

We’re going back to the classics this month, with May’s enterprise collaboration news round-up focussing on cloud strategy and considerations and benefits when it comes to implementing collaboration software. Mashable shared an infographic it created in conjunction with Hewlett Packard, which compiles data and research suggesting that the use of hybrid and private cloud computing is on […]

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4 best practices to help you avoid regulatory fines

Regulatory pressure across the financial services industry is increasing. Fragmented internal communication and control has resulted in big fines for institutions, with one recent high-profile example being UBS, which has been forced to pay $3 billion in fines since the start of the financial crisis for failing to comply with various banking regulations. Consequently, the […]

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Investor relations: Trust is a three-way street!

At the end of April, Twitter’s shares crashed by 20% after its quarterly earnings were leaked, ironically on Twitter. The earnings details first appeared on the Twitter account of Selerity, a real-time financial intelligence platform that mines financial data from publicly accessible online sources. In this instance, Selerity scraped Twitter’s investor relations site, and came across […]

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Our new client: Wright Hassall

We’re pleased to announce Wright Hassall as a new client of HighQ, using HighQ Collaborate. Wright Hassall is a top-ranked firm of solicitors based in Warwickshire, who have been supporting individuals and businesses in the area for over 160 years. The firm sought a modern and easy-to-use extranet platform to provide additional services to its […]

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April 2015 news round-up: Secure, social, mobile

April’s enterprise collaboration news cycle saw a heavy focus on information security, the successful implementation of social software, and the shift to the mobile enterprise. Information security Holger Schulze analyses the results of the Cloud Security Spotlight Report in his article Cloud security: Separating fact from fiction. Holger starts by explaining that security the single biggest factor […]

How to solve your corporate Dropbox dilemma

How to solve your corporate Dropbox dilemma

For most of us, sharing digital files used to be tricky and time consuming, but since file sharing technology has become commoditised that’s no longer the case. Consumer vendors like Dropbox, Google and Apple have solved what used to be a complexed problem and have turned it into something quite simple, and importantly something that everyone […]

What we learned at LMA15

What I learned at LMA15

Last week I had the pleasure of attending my first Legal Marketing Association (LMA) Annual Conference, a 30 year old institution which started, like a lot of great things, in the Bay Area. My mission was to catch up on trends and as usual be a nerd about how technology can help enable better marketing. For my […]

Collaborate 3.4

What’s new in Collaborate 3.4?

The Collaborate 3.x series of releases has delivered some massive additions to our secure enterprise collaboration and file sharing platform. Collaborate 3.4 is the final release in the series and a huge one at that, delivering some major new features to the platform that open up multiple additional use cases and add considerable value to the platform. As ever, […]

Save your marketing stack from peril: assemble your digital Avengers!

Save your marketing stack from peril: Assemble your digital Avengers!

After my last article on client engagement and James Bond, I promised my management team that my next post would be “serious”. Unfortunately, every time I’ve started to write about the digital marketing stack, I couldn’t help but think “Avengers: ASSEMBLE!” Visualizing and optimizing your organization’s digital marketing solutions can seem fairly overwhelming. Audience behavior is fickle, the […]

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The first step in content marketing: Set your goals

There’s no question about it, content marketing is today’s marketing. It’s what everyone in the marketing world is talking about, and has been talking about for the last couple of years. And with good reason: within one broad banner, content marketing encompasses almost every aspect of marketing, client engagement and brand promotion. It makes sense, then, that content marketing has been […]

Secure social collaboration

Secure social collaboration: what’s changed?

Back in 2012, our COO Stuart Barr looked at the two hot topics of technology at the time – social software and cloud computing. He concluded the two were not mutually exclusive and that secure social software is the way forward for enterprises looking to increase productivity and reduce costs. So, what is the state of secure social collaboration today? What is […]