On Thursday we hosted the first Hable Cloud Club in London. The idea for the club came about when we met a group of customers over lunch last Christmas – the Houses of Parliament, Save the Children and the University of London. There were a few things these customers had in common: they were all using Office 365, rolling out ambitious technology projects, and were all thinking about the ‘people’ side of an I.T. project. Because that initial lunch was such a success, we decided to extend the invitation and the Hable Cloud Club was born.

It was a round-table format, where the three founding members shared their stories first, and this time we were also joined by people from Said Business School, Imperial College, University of Bristol, UAL, the London Borough of Southwark and the University of Northampton. This great group of like-minded people spent the afternoon discussing various topics relating to cloud technology and how it can change the way people work.

We will be sharing some of their insights and opinions in a series of videos taken on the day. Please watch our Twitter feed for those soon.

The day was a great success, and we’re planning on doing a similar event for our school customers during BETT week.

Get in touch with us if you’d like to get involved with future Hable Cloud Club events, and please follow the hashtag #HableCloudClub for updates on Twitter.