Q&A With Bill Winterberg on Technology for Financial Advisors
This week I had a good discussion about technology for financial advisors with Bill Winterberg, one of the most technology forward minds in the Financial services market.
Are Cloud Security Worries a Thing of the Past?
Has the world been rid of its cloud computing security concerns?
Turn Your PC Into A Global Network: Part II for Financial Services
Part I: SaaS for Lawyers; Part II: SaaS for Financial Advisors; Part III: SaaS for Accountants With SaaS technology, the PC can be made to serve as a global network. Today, in part 2 of a 3 part series, we will discuss how financial advisors and broker dealers can reduce hardware costs, decrease their carbon footprint, increase mobility and enable collaboration with clients while providing SEC and FINRA compliance through cloud computing and SaaS.
Turn Your PC Into A Global Network: Part I for Lawyers
Part I: SaaS for Lawyers; Part II: SaaS for Financial Advisors; Part III: SaaS for Accountants JFK's goal was to send a man to the moon; Bill Gates wanted to put 'information at your fingertips'; and Sun Microsystems claimed that the computer was the network. JFK's dream was realized by Neil Armstrong, Bill Gates's dream has been realized by the iPhone and Blackberry, and Sun Microsystems dream is now truly being realized by anyone with a Facebook, Pandora, or Google account through cloud computing and SaaS.
Quintec International Becomes NetDocuments Channel Partner in the UK for Cloud-Based Document Management Service
Quintec International has become a primary UK Business Solutions Partner and Authorised Training Centre. Since its inception, Quintec International has worked with law firms, corporate legal departments, government, insurance and financial institutions providing specialist consultancy in multi-layered collaborative environments, including document and content management systems, and advanced network monitoring, control and security software.
Virtual Lawyer Moves to the Cloud - Case Study
James Linehan runs a solo law firm in Oklahoma City. He is a pioneer in legal technology and has been running a virtual paperless firm for over 10 years. With the emergence of cloud technologies, James has eliminated his need for servers and software and now runs his practice from the cloud.
NetDocuments to be at LegalTech West Coast 2010
The NetDocuments legal team is excited about their trip to Los Angeles in June for LegalTech West Coast, which will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 23rd and 24th. During the show, the legal team, consisting of Matt Duncan, Keith Schneider and Kirsten Walker, will be hanging out at booth #325 and will be talking SaaS, cloud computing, document management and legal technology all week. Commenting about the event, Matt Duncan said, "LegalTech West Coast 2010 represents a great opportunity for us to meet with many of our existing law firm customers in the region, as well as connect with other firms that are growing increasingly interested in cloud computing and SaaS."
SaaS as the New Paradigm
Microsoft's development of web applications for the cash cow that is MS Office, officially shifts the standard from legacy software to SaaS.
Free iPad, Baseball and the 2010 ALA Conference in Boston
The NetDocuments legal team is getting excited about their trip to Boston for the Association of Legal Administrators' (ALA) Annual Conference & Exposition from May 3-6 2010. We will be represented by Keith Schneider, Matt Duncan and Kirsten Walker who will be hanging out at booth #306 talking legal technology and SaaS, as well as giving out a free iPad. Stop by the booth for more details. ALA has done a fantastic job this year preparing for the event and providing ways for those that can't make it to participate. They have already created some informative videos about the show and have an interactive Twitter account at @ALABuzz. Furthermore, the Twitter #hashtag for the show is #ALAConf and you can find everyone that will be tweeting from the show at the ALA Conference Twitter List.
A Twitterer's Dilemma: Looking Back at our First Year on Twitter
Post Authored by Danny Johnson of the NetDocuments Marketing Department I am one of the youngest employees here at the NetDocuments Orem office, if not the youngest (I'm 24), and if my calculations are correct, I am one of only two non-married employees at the company. So near the end of 2007, as the Twittershpere was reaching a Twittical Mass, the good folks in our marketing department, specifically Leonard Johnson, decided that it was time for us to join the party and see if social media was all @NikiBlack and @AdrianDayton had cracked it up to be. So after about a year and change of tweeting, we are believers. We've drunk the Kool-Aid, downloaded the iPhone app and continue to ride shotgun in the Twitter bandwagon.