3 Key Areas for Security Controls

The question is, how can technology leaders secure information flow without restricting work and what are the controls needed to dampen threats that are inevitable in today’s connected world?

Why You Need a Zero Trust Security Model

A zero-trust security model means not allowing any access to a network until determining that whatever is trying to access the system is verified as safe.

NetDocuments Experts re(a)warded at ILTA’s 10th Annual Distinguished Peer Awards

Over the past 10 years, ILTA has awarded over 140 awards to innovators, solution providers, law firms, legal departments and rising stars of technology professionals who work to support the busines...

Innovation vs. Disruption and Platform Infrastructure: Reflections from ILTACON 19

As a company that holds innovation as a core business value, and views platforms as the foundation for effective tech stacks, we wanted to seize this opportunity to continue the conversation.

The 3 Areas You Should be Investing in for Cyber Security

In this article, you’ll find a roadmap to set your company up for success in cybersecurity. The subject is so broad, it can be easy to drown in details.

Webinar Recap: The Imperative of a Digital Matter File

Your matter file contains sensitive client information and will be referred to regularly by attorneys and staff. While most law firm activity is moving digital, there is still resistance to moving...

How NetDocuments is Accelerating Global Cloud Growth: A Look Under the Hood

NetDocuments is proud to announce strong demand for its market-leading cloud platform.

Howes Percival selects NetDocuments as part of strategic technology partnership with Tikit

Howes Percival has selected Tikit to design, build, implement, train and provide ongoing support for NetDocuments, the leading legal cloud-based content services platform.

NetDocuments OCR Technology: How Law Firms are Saving Time and Money

OCR could be the best three-letter acronym in legal tech today due to the powerful technology behind those seemingly inconspicuous letters.

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