There is a fundamental difference in cloud-based document management vs. cloud storage of documents. In the 15+ years that we have been in the cloud, we often hear confusion regarding the two popular, yet very contrasting options. When considering what is right for your firm, there are 3 key considerations that need to be made.
Salt Lake City, UT – Mark Craddock, a leading industry professional in technical management and sales, has joined NetDocuments as Director of Sales in EMEA, and will lead international efforts to continue educating the market on the advantages of a modern, cloud-based document and email management solution. With over 25 years in IT and business development, Mark will be a valuable resource as an expert in cloud-based document management and law firm technology strategy.
It’s no surprise we focus on technology topics – after all, we’ve been developing, selling, supporting, and enhancing our content management software for over a decade. Legal technology and cloud computing have brought incredible opportunity for firms to invest in their technology infrastructure with the promise of returns …but what about the people in your firm?
Pillsbury, a leading New York based firm with more than 1,500 people and 18 offices, is switching from iManage to NetDocuments for cloud-based document management
Lehi, UT – January 14, 2015 – NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) content management service provider for law firms, announced today that Pillsbury, a New York-based Am Law 100 firm, will soon replace HP Autonomy FileSite with NetDocuments Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering for cloud-based document management.
Email is overwhelmingly attached to our business lives as it is one of the primary forms of collaboration in our everyday dealings. The recent issue surrounding email in law firms is how to manage all of them. We recently highlighted ILTA’s 2014 technology and purchasing surveys, where email management was listed as one of the most pressing technology issues in law firms today. This is because, in the past, attorneys have struggled to strategically file, manage, search, and access email, mostly due to the lack of technology available to do so. NetDocuments’ recent acquisition of Decisiv Email addresses these email management issues head-on through proven technology and development that doesn’t complicate the end user experience, but remains advanced enough to intelligently learn habits and workflow to deliver the most robust email management experience available.
Company takes a bold step forward in revolutionizing the legal technology industry
Salt Lake City, UT – January 6, 2015 – NetDocuments, a leading cloud-based document and email management service, today announced the acquisition of Decisiv Email from Recommind, an information intelligence company focused on advanced analytics for discovery and investigations. This acquisition includes Decisiv Email’s development team as well as the technology. Decisiv Email is a mature, enterprise-grade email management solution with years of technology development in intelligent, predictive email filing, which will bolster NetDocuments’ service offering.
B2C, B2B, and M2M are acronyms that most of us are familiar with, but there is another one that technology seems to be slowly eliminating, and that is P2P, or person-to-person. Especially in our era of IOT (Internet of Things), we are trying to become so reliant on technology to educate us and let us do the least amount of work and research, including social interactions, that we can forget the most important part of the technology: the people behind it and the people that it serves.
The ability to manage documents and emails in a law practice is invaluable; one cannot place a monetary value on efficiency, productivity, and time-saving procedures that can be implemented in the office. Document management has been identified as one of the most important tools for lawyers as it tends to integrate all other activities and processes in the firm. It is a comprehensive way of organizing and accessing the lifeblood of the practice.
ndOffice, NetDocuments’ Microsoft Office integration product, has won Technolawyer’s Top 10 Products of 2014 Award. ndOffice was chosen by subscribers amongst a pool of nearly 200 products that Technolawyer highlighted throughout the year. Launched in April, ndOffice has revolutionized the way that documents are managed by embedding NetDocuments’ core functionality of saving, editing, version control, and document profiling directly into the Microsoft Office applications.