Collaboration: Making                         the world a smaller place                         Stuart Barrwww.highqsoluti...
The world is a big placePhoto by NOAA/NASA GOES Project
The collaboration problem is not newPhoto by Glen Edelson
Communication is evolving …Photo by The U.S. National Archives
But now we’re more distributed …Image by Facebook
Our information is everywhere …    ‣   Email    ‣   File shares    ‣   Intranet    ‣   Laptops    ‣   USB sticks    ‣   FT...
And we are slaves to our inboxesPhoto by M I S C H E L L E
Challenges in life sciences    ‣   Globally distributed project teams    ‣   Sharing highly sensitive material    ‣   Need...
So, what is the solution?                Secure enterprise collaboration        “                Securely exchange critica...
Secure enterprise collaboration                    ‣     Secure document sharing                    ‣     Social collabora...
Secure document exchange                     ‣     IP licensing                     ‣     M&A activity                    ...
Global team collaboration                      ‣     Inter-organisation collaboration                      ‣     Drug disc...
Think outside the inbox                        ‣   Social systems pivoted around people                        ‣   Enterpr...
Enterprise-grade collaboration‣   Document sharing‣   Wikis & blogs‣   Tasks & events‣   Activity streams‣   Personal prof...
Why is collaboration so important?                        ‣   Improve efficiency and reduce costs                        ‣...
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Collaboration - Making The World A Smaller Place

  1. 1. Collaboration: Making the world a smaller place Stuart Barrwww.highqsolutions.com
  2. 2. The world is a big placePhoto by NOAA/NASA GOES Project
  3. 3. The collaboration problem is not newPhoto by Glen Edelson
  4. 4. Communication is evolving …Photo by The U.S. National Archives
  5. 5. But now we’re more distributed …Image by Facebook
  6. 6. Our information is everywhere … ‣ Email ‣ File shares ‣ Intranet ‣ Laptops ‣ USB sticks ‣ FTP serversPhoto by Adam Penney
  7. 7. And we are slaves to our inboxesPhoto by M I S C H E L L E
  8. 8. Challenges in life sciences ‣ Globally distributed project teams ‣ Sharing highly sensitive material ‣ Need high-grade security and control ‣ Regulatory & compliance requirements ‣ Complex, knowledge-intensive industryPhoto by Sole Machado
  9. 9. So, what is the solution? Secure enterprise collaboration “ Securely exchange critical business information and collaborate with colleagues, clients and partners in one unified online space.Photo by Lyza ”
  10. 10. Secure enterprise collaboration ‣ Secure document sharing ‣ Social collaboration tools ‣ High-grade security and control ‣ Internal and external users ‣ One unified online spacePhoto by Martin Sharman
  11. 11. Secure document exchange ‣ IP licensing ‣ M&A activity ‣ Fund raising & IPOs ‣ SOPs, SAEs & training ‣ Board reporting ‣ Digital signaturesPhoto by Steven Shorrock
  12. 12. Global team collaboration ‣ Inter-organisation collaboration ‣ Drug discovery & development ‣ Clinical studies & trials ‣ Research & development ‣ Knowledge sharing & learning ‣ Project & task managementImage by Gregory Williams
  13. 13. Think outside the inbox ‣ Social systems pivoted around people ‣ Enterprise-grade collaboration tools ‣ Convert work product into knowledge ‣ Create and share in the same systemPhoto by Hans Põldoja
  14. 14. Enterprise-grade collaboration‣ Document sharing‣ Wikis & blogs‣ Tasks & events‣ Activity streams‣ Personal profiles‣ Group “spaces”‣ Feeds and filters
  15. 15. Why is collaboration so important? ‣ Improve efficiency and reduce costs ‣ Securely exchange data with partners ‣ Share knowledge and best practice ‣ Structure and organise information ‣ Break-down knowledge and data silos ‣ Reduce information & inbox overloadPhoto by Alex Pearson
  16. 16. Questionsinfo@highqsolutions.comwww.highqsolutions.com

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