A Technology Deep-Dive Interview with NetDocuments CTO, Alvin Tedjamulia (Article by Joe Davis)
Article by Joe Davis. Posted via the ILTA blog Alvin Tedjamulia sleeps only about 4 hours per night. "My mind is always thinking how can we solve this, how do we improve security, how do we improve reliability..." As CTO and co-founder of NetDocuments, Tedjamulia spends the other 20 hours of the day working on perfecting the cloud-based document management system (DMS) that seeks to breathe new life into theway law firms handle documents.
NetDocuments Announces ndOffice version 1.8, unmatched Microsoft Integration
ndOffice version 1.8 advances NetDocuments' and Microsoft's cloud-first strategy and Office application integration for the law firm and corporate legal market Salt Lake City, UT, May 20, 2016 –– NetDocuments, the leading native cloud-based document and email management service for law firms and corporate legal departments, today announced the release of ndOffice 1.8 adding additional features and functionality to further improve the end-user experience working with NetDocuments inside of the Microsoft Office applications. Significant features of the latest version include an ndOffice activity center, a document-specific information panel, right click functionality and advanced Adobe Acrobat integrations.
Snow, Christensen & Martineau Switches to NetDocuments Native Cloud-Based Document and Email Management Service
Leading Utah-based firm has selected NetDocuments to replace their on-premises system DMS to achieve greater user adoption, mobility, and enhanced security and compliance. Salt Lake City, UT – April, 12, 2016 – NetDocuments, a leading cloud-based document and email management service for law firms, announced today that Snow, Christensen & Martineau, a full-service Utah-based firm with offices in Salt Lake City and St. George, will join the majority of large Salt Lake City-based firms and implement NetDocuments' document and email management (DMS) platform for improved usability, security, and productivity across their firm and client base.
Global Financial Services Firm Mariner Selects NetDocuments for Enterprise Content Management Integrated with Salesforce.com
Mariner, the parent company to 31 separate global financial services partner firms has chosen NetDocuments for native cloud-based document and email management embedded within Salesforce.com Salt Lake City, UT – March 31, 2017 – Mariner, a leading global financial services firm, today has announced the selection of NetDocuments for cloud-based document and email management which also integrates with Salesforce.com's Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform. With 31 partner firms worldwide, the company sought a solution that would not only combine a best-in-class security and compliance infrastructure, but also a solution that would meet the mobility, usability and productivity needs of their personnel utilizing Salesforce.com's cloud-based CRM platform.
NetDocuments Announces New EMEA-Based Hires to Meet Increased Global Demand for Cloud-Based Document Management
London, UK – March 29, 2016 – NetDocuments has announced that Steve Latter and Daniel Ibrahim, both responsible for EMEA sales and business development, have joined the company to support the accelerated adoption of NetDocuments' native cloud-based document and email management technology across global and regional law firms and corporate legal departments. After recently adding a top five European law firm, Cuatrecasas, Goncalves Pereira, and a top 100 UK firm, Sacker & Partners LLP, NetDocuments is responding to increased market demand by bolstering its personnel in the region.
Dykema Consolidates Two On-premises Systems and Completes a Successful Transition to NetDocuments Native Cloud-Based Service
Dykema Gossett ("Dykema"), a leading national firm with 15 offices and over 425 attorneys, consolidated two separate on-premises document management systems with the successful implementation of NetDocuments cloud-based document and email management service in late 2015.
NetDocuments Releases Version 16.1, First Update in 2016
16.1 update focused on improving security, usability, and ease of use for its customers, including Gmail integration through ndGmail™ Salt Lake City, UT – March 15, 2016 – NetDocuments, the leading native cloud/SaaS-based document and email management service for law firms and corporate legal departments, has released its 16.1 update with features and functionality focused on security, and improved usability and email management with ndGmail, a Gmail plug-in for seamlessly saving and filing email from Gmail to NetDocuments.
Leading Indian Firm, IndusLaw, Selects NetDocuments as Global Demand for Cloud-Based Document and Email Management Continues to Rise
Salt Lake City, UT – March 15, 2016 – India-based international law firm, IndusLaw, has announced that they have chosen NetDocuments for their document and email management. With a growing clientele and expanding international presence, the firm required a solution that would scale across all their offices and through the various industries they represent. After an extensive due diligence process, including a thorough review of consumer-grade applications, IndusLaw recognized the enterprise document management system (DMS) capabilities of NetDocuments, including enhanced security and usability, user-friendly mobile access, and system predictability through a modern, legal-centric platform.
Next Generation Encryption Key Management - One Component of NetDocuments' Security-as-a-Service Platform
The RSA conference last week attracted the industries' foremost cybersecurity and encryption experts from around the world. A hot topic was of course the Apple / NSA debate, but there were also key technologies highlighted, like quantum random number generation for unbreakable encryption key management: a next generation technology that is far superior to the pseudo random number key generation commonly used by technology vendors and services providers.
Burns & Levinson, LLP Discusses the Value of a True SaaS Solution for the DMS
On-premises systems or hosted on-premises systems are very different when compared to a native cloud/SaaS deployment that leverages periodic updates, and a one-to-many technology and security infrastructure. Whether it's the customer service, seamless updates, support community, or simply the vendor/firm partnership, a native cloud/SaaS service is fundamentally different from the traditional or hosted software delivery methods.