Reaction-Based Problem Solving Puts Your Firm at Risk
Most customers seek out a solution due to one or several "compelling events". These compelling events come in all shapes and sizes, yet most approach the situation as a problem that needs to be solved through technology.
Technology: The New Tier to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
I recently read an article explaining how technology has become so engrained and necessary in our lives, that it is becoming as essential as having breakfast in the morning. Our society is technologically developing at such a rapid rate, that if we don't become consumers, we will starve.d
Leading Australian Law Firm Cooper Grace Ward Upgrades to NetDocuments for Document and Email Management in the Cloud
Firms of all sizes are switching to specialized cloud vendors for critical applications that require high availability with anytime, anywhere access. This is a global trend, and one country where we're seeing incredible growth is Australia.
NetDocuments Hits the Road with ILTA Roadshows and Regional Events
We hope you can join us for one of our several upcoming regional roadshows where Alvin Tedjamulia, NetDocuments' CTO, will highlight how it's possible to achieve high usability, mobility, and personal productivity with a firm-wide solution that is secure and compliant. Events are free and lunch is on us! Check out the schedule at: http://info.netdocuments.com/iltaroadshow2014 DC and Richmond details coming soon!
Security Q&A with Alvin Tedjamulia,
As the CTO ad founding partner of both SoftSolutions and NetDocuments, Alvin Tedjamulia has vast experience and insight on how to architect a document management service that delivers world-class security and compliance to thousands of firms around the globe. We caught up with him and asked a few questions about what sets NetDocuments security and compliance apart from the crowd, and why the NetDocuments SaaS service is really shaking up the traditional, on-premise DMS space.
Where Were You 15 Years Ago?
Here at NetDocuments, we were opening our doors, introducing the industry to a revolutionary approach to enterprise content management. We are excited to celebrate our 15th birthday as the first cloud-based document management system designed for legal. Regardless of where you were at the time, you're likely to recall some of the more memorable events of that year. Here, we take a trip back in time 15 years ago to see what was happening around the world in 1999:
The Era of Personal Productivity
Is your firm providing approved tools and software for you people to remain productive, mobile, and secure all at the same time? If so, do they like them? Better yet, do they use them?
Have an Idea? We want to Hear It.
One of the greatest advantages of the SaaS model of cloud-based document management is that enhancements and upgrades are done automatically, leaving your organization to focus less on technology concerns and more on getting your job done. As opposed to clunky, on-premise installations that can be time consuming and costly, cloud installations like NetDocuments are managed and updated by the vendor and available as soon as you log in to your workstation.
14.4 Release Webinar - September 26 at 12PM EST
One of the great benefits of a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform is that you're never on an outdated version of the software. NetDocuments updates its service four times per year, adding new features and functionality to keep your firm productive with the latest in document and email productivity tools. The next release, dubbed 14.4 (for the fourth release of 2014), is right around the corner on October 2. Don't miss this Webinar on September 26 as our our product team will go through the details of 14.4 to help you get the most out of this exciting update.
The Future of Legal Technology Q&A with Neil Davison of Farrer & Co
Five firms sat down in the UK to discuss the future of legal document management. This CIO roundtable event was then summarized and written up in a nice whitepaper available HERE. In addition to the whitepaper write-up, we sat down with Neil Davison, the IT Director at Farrer & Co to discuss NetDocuments and the legal technology landscape. Here is the Q&A with Neil... We came to the realization that to move forward as a business our current system wasn't cutting it. We needed a single repository, an e-file type product that could contain everything and support our way of working. We wanted to move forward and have a more intuitive product that people could work with.