Hot off the Connect Press: May Customer Update

This month, we're excited to talk about the arrival of our latest feature, Download a a Permission, share some handy tips and tricks and highlight opportunities for collaboration within local government. Read more

6th of June: The inaugural Connect UK User Group

Objective’s #1 strategic goal is to make Objective Connect the collaboration platform for the public sector, in the UK, Australia & New Zealand. To achieve this goal, we're focussed on developing features that are specific to public sector collaborations and external file sharing – whether that is between arm’s length partners, other councils or government agencies. Read more

Download as a Permission is now live

We are delighted to announce that the latest new feature is now available for you to use in Objective Connect!  Read more

Your April Connect Customer Update

Thanks to everyone who sent through such positive feedback from our first Connect Customer Update. It's great to hear that these updates are informative. Please keep the feedback coming or if you have any burning questions - let me know. Read more

Support for Objective Trapeze Stamps

Earlier this year Connect delivered an enhanced preview capability. This allowed users to view PDF, Image, Audio, Video and importantly MS Office files in the browser, removing the need to download a local copy of the document.  Read more

New feature: Introducing Download as a Permission

The Connect team are busy putting the finishing touches on the latest new feature due to drop at the end of this month.  Read more

Objective included as launch partner for MS Azure Australia Central Regions

On Tuesday the 3rd of April 2018 Microsoft Australia made a splash by announcing the opening of two new Azure Data Centres in Canberra.  Read more

Our very first Connect Customer Update

Welcome to our first Objective Connect Customer Update for 2018! I've put this communication together in response to a number of common conversations that I'm seeing across the customer base. I'd welcome any feedback you have. Read more

Glasgow City Council: Leading the way in joint service delivery

When you work in IT like I do, sometimes you can feel that what you ‘do’ does not directly improve a person’s quality of life in the same way as say a doctor, a teacher or a police officer. And while I cannot possibly imply that my work in anyway measures up to any of those roles, every now and then a project comes along where I can see the trickle-down effects benefitting people in the community who need it the most.  Read more

Preparing for GDPR in the public sector

While the GDPR may sound like the typical data privacy principles that we have come to expect from any organisation around the globe, what makes it different from previous regulations is that for the very first time it is taking the concept of ‘ownership’ away from the organisations that use it and back into the pockets of the individual concerned. Read more