Stratifying the Clouds-NetDocuments

Here's a nice review of NetDocuments authored by Jack Schaller of Eastern Legal Systems. You can read the original post here. ************************************************************************************************************************************************** NetDocuments differs somewhat from the other three Cloud-based document storage services profiled earlier in this series, in that it is first and foremost a full blown "document management system" (DMS), designed to manage huge volumes of content for firms of all sizes, rather than a "file sharing service" focused on securely transferring files. Having said that, it certainly does a more-than-adequate job of managing file transfers, and offers an extremely granular security scheme for determining who can see/edit/share what documents.

UK 200 Law Firm Fenwick Elliott Switches From OpenText to NetDocuments

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NetDocuments, the leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) content management service provider, announced today that Fenwick Elliott LLP (www.fenwickelliott.com), the UK's largest construction & energy law firm, has implemented NetDocuments as its new document management system (DMS). "NetDocuments simply removes much of the cost and complexity from traditional DMS – both for IT and end users"

NetDocuments and DocSolid Integrate Airmail2 Cloud-Based Enterprise Scanning Solution for Law Firms

LEHI, Utah (June 11, 2013) – NetDocuments today announced a partnership with DocSolid, a leader in document scanning solutions for the legal market, to integrate the Airmail2 cloud-based enterprise scanning solution with its document management service. Using Airmail2 NetDocuments, law firms can efficiently manage their paper documents by automatically filing scanned documents directly into a matter workspace in NetDocuments.

Leading Scottish Law Firm bto solicitors (brechin tindal oatts) Selects NetDocuments®

Scottish law firm bto solicitors (www.bto.co.uk) has selected NetDocuments as its document management system (DMS) for its 200 users in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Clio and NetDocuments Announce Integration

Clio and NetDocuments Partner to Offer Secure Cloud-based Document Management and Collaboration for Small and Mid-Sized Law Firms Themis Solutions Inc., creator of cloud-based practice management solution Clio, is pleased to announce an integration with cloud-based document and email management solution, NetDocuments, streamlining the creation and sharing of documents among staff, co-counsel and clients.

NetDocuments Provides Law Firm Fluet Huber + Hoang with Scalable Document Management System

Original Release Washington, D.C. Law Firm Upgrades from Consumer-focused Solution to a Full Enterprise Content Management Service NetDocuments today announced Fluet Huber + Hoang (FH+H), a fast-growing law firm in the Washington, D.C. region, has chosen NetDocuments' cloud-based enterprise solution as its document management system (DMS). NetDocuments provides the firm with more advanced document security, searching, and collaboration features for its high-level global client base.

Legal Support Network Sounds Off with Industry Voices Q&A

Legal Support Network is based in the UK and one of the many associations we're involved with. They recently published a Q&A Industry Voice session with NetDocuments' marketing manager about what law firms will be doing in the future, what they could learn from other sectors, and how they could become much more efficient and profitable. See the original post What's the biggest or most important thing that law firms will be doing in five years' time that they're not doing now?

Get The FUD Out of the Cloud

Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt (FUD) isn't just plaguing 7th graders on their first day of school. The FUD about moving critical applications to the cloud has been gripping the minds of business professionals, paralyzing with the "what ifs" "buts" and the "did-you-hears" … but for many, that was years ago. If you're still one of the individuals who believe a server locked in a back room of your office is safer, more efficient, or less costly than the cloud, you could consider this a wakeup call.

NetDocuments Announces Free ’Upgrade to the Cloud’ Offer for Organizations Using iManage, Worldox or OpenText for Document Management

Organizations with 20 to 2,000 Users Can Upgrade From On-Premise Legacy DMS Software to NetDocuments at No Cost until June 30, 2013 LEHI, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NetDocuments, a leading cloud-computing content management and collaboration service, today announced a free "Upgrade to the Cloud" promotional offer for organizations of 20 to 2,000 users currently using iManage, Worldox or OpenText for enterprise document management.

Cool Tips using the NetDocuments iPad App

An ever increasing number of users are benefiting from the anywhere access to their documents using NetDocuments' iPad or iPhone app, available for free on the Apple App Store for all NetDocuments customers. Here are some tips and ideas that will enhance your experience when using your iPad. Saving email attachments to NetDocuments When you receive an email, the attachment is at the bottom of the email message. When you click on the attachment, you can view it using the iPad HTML viewer built into the iPad. It supports most popular file formats, and after you open the document, you will see at the top right an "Open In" button (arrow coming out of a square). When selected, this button will show all apps on your device that accepts the document file type you've opened, e.g. PDF or DOCX. Assuming you've already installed the ND app, you will see the NetDocuments app as "Open in NetDocuments", which also means saving to NetDocuments. What a great way to save attachments while you're on the go!