Huddle vs. SharePoint: A comparative analysis in three collaboration scenarios

It’s often said that Microsoft SharePoint as a platform isn’t bad — it’s the implementation that’s the problem. SharePoint’s reputation for poor implementations is certainly open for the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-based Huddle collaboration platform to exploit in gaining new customers. Here are three typical SharePoint collaboration scenarios and how Huddle might compete to unseat SharePoint… Read more:

RB: I think comparing Huddle to a single aspect of SharePoint, while serving the purpose of the article is somewhat short-sighted.  Huddle is cloud-based content management while SharePoint is a (on-premise or cloud-based) platform which can host content management among a dozen other applications.

It is inherently more complex because it is inherently more capable.

This entry was posted in Collaboration, SharePoint and tagged , by Rick Backus. Bookmark the permalink.

About Rick Backus

A technology consultant with over 25 years of IT, consulting and business technology industry experience. Specializing in integrating application, information and content management with business process and network infrastructure. Helping clients get the most out of technology to enable increased productivity, profitability, customer satisfaction and competitive advantage.

Leave a Reply