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NetDocuments Enhances the Invisible DMS with ndSync for Windows 2.1 and Enterprise Mobility Management App for Advanced Data Governance


ndSync-logoNetDocuments has released key ‘anywhere productivity’ upgrades as part of the ongoing commitment to deliver invisible DMS functionality for increased usability and security through adherence to the industry’s mobile governance standards. New product updates will be available for demonstration at ILTACON 2017 in Las Vegas, NV, August 13 – 17, 2017.

Salt Lake City, UT – August 15, 2017 – NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management (DMS) platform for law firms and corporate legal departments, today announced the release of ndSync for Windows 2.1 for enhanced multi-device synchronization, and an Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) iOS app advancing the suite of personal productivity tools matched with industry standards for mobile security and governance.

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NetDocuments to be First Legal DMS Provider to Adhere to ISO 27018 Data Protection Standards Extending Its ISO 27001 Certification


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NetDocuments will complete an ISO audit becoming the first legal DMS technology provider to achieve compliance of the ISO 27018 cloud data protection standards, extending the company’s 27001 certification across the NetDocuments cloud platform and global application.

Salt Lake City, UT – August 14, 2017 – NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management (DMS) platform for law firms and corporate legal departments, today announced it has expanded the scope of its ISO 27001 certification to include the new standards identified in ISO 27018: Security Techniques – Code of Practice for Protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in Public Clouds acting as PII Processors. Upon completion of the audit in the fourth quarter of 2017, NetDocuments will be the first legal DMS service provider to be independently validated as having extended the ISO 27001 certification by implementing the ISO 27018 standards.

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Document Security & Compliance: Are You Really Willing to Risk it?


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There is no shortage of subpar consumer services available to store documents and data. Should you, as a firm and practicing professional, be using these to store and access client documents and confidential information? The answer should be a resounding no. Performing a quick web search on data security breaches for many of the consumer services returns a staggering amount of posts, ranging from hacked accounts, to leaked passwords, to complete data loss. For over a decade, NetDocuments has been solving the document management security concerns for firms all over the world. Here are some key questions and answers to navigate the complexity of client data and confidentiality.

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Clearing the Fog


In the September/October 2011issue of The Pennsylvania Lawyer, published by the Pennsylvania Bar Association, practicing attorney and technology consultant, Shannon Brown, provides a very thoughtful and informative primer on the "why's and wherefores" of cloud computing. His article offers some important background for attorneys attempting to understand the "alphabet soup" of current cloud computing terminology.

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NetDocuments Achieves SAS 70 and EU Safe Harbor Certifications


OREM, UTAH – February 17, 2010 – NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) content management service provider, announced today it has completed the SAS 70 Type I audit, and it has also completed the Truste EU Safe Harbor Certification, acknowledging that NetDocuments delivers its SaaS content management service and its web site in accordance with these standards.

The SAS 70 standard (Statement on Auditing Standards No.70) was developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and is an internationally recognized auditing standard. SAS 70 designation represents that the AICPA or its designees have conducted a rigorous audit of the NetDocuments controls and safeguards over its information technology and all related processes.

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How Does the Fourth Amendment Relate to the Cloud?


This post was authored by Danny Johnson of the NetDocuments sales and marketing group.

The Fourth Amendment in the Bill of Rights protects against unreasonable searches and seizures and is a vital part of the United States Constitution. As data stored in the cloud continues to proliferate, the debate on how this law relates to the security of this data will become increasingly important.

Recently, a very in depth analysis on this topic was released in the June 2009 edition of the Minnesota Law Review titled, "Defogging the Cloud: Applying Fourth Amendment Principles to Evolving Privacy Expectations in Cloud Computing." The article discusses how the fourth amendment relates to data stored in the cloud. The article was written by David Couillard, who is in his final year at Minnesota Law School.

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