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 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?
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.
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!
LEHI, Utah, Jan 10, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- --New Version Also Implements Open Source Solr(TM) Search Engine to Enhance NetDocuments' Search Functionality Across 750 Million Documents for Users Across 140 Countries NetDocuments today announced the 13.1 release of its leading cloud-computing content management and collaboration service. This latest release contains more than 20 new and updated features, including document delivery via a secure link and a new search engine.
The technology infrastructure of midsize and large firms has seen dramatic shifts in recent years. The consumerization of IT, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement, and of course the cloud, has revolutionized the way firms practice law and implement technology. The benefit of this shift is that it enables firms like yours to simply do more with less — more productivity, more mobility, more security, more functionality — plus disaster recovery. All of this costs less, requires less hardware, and involves a lot less hassle.
As we wrap up another amazing year at NetDocuments, we thought we'd open up the blog to one of our friends in the financial services industry. Enjoy, and see you in 2013! By Sheryl Rowling, CPA/PFS CEO, Total Rebalance Expert® I've written other articles about providing excellent client service. So, how can this article provide any new information? Whether the information is new or just a reminder, the New Year ushers in an opportunity to bring our practices to the next level!
Original Release Wingate, a prominent Massachusetts-based financial services firm, has discontinued Worldox, an on-premise provider, and selected NetDocuments and XLR8 as their integrated cloud-based solution for document and client management. Wingate Wealth Advisors announced it has selected NetDocuments and XLR8 as their integrated document, email, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform. "Wingate decided to switch to NetDocuments because of their cloud-based offering and their seamless integration with our CRM system, XLR8, which is built on the Salesforce.com platform," Mark Greco, the firm's Chief Operating Officer, stated. "As a firm, we are trying to upgrade our technology by moving many of our key applications from our own servers to the cloud, and NetDocuments fits this strategy perfectly."
NetDocuments is on the road 15+ times during the year to showcase our cloud-based Enterprise Content Management (ECM) service. In January 2013 we have two power-packed events lined up – LegalTech New York and TD Ameritrade's National conference. Since 1999 NetDocuments has offered the legal and financial services industries a leading cloud-based solution for storing, managing, securing and collaborating with content from any Internet connection or device. The service has come a long way since 1999, with 4 releases per year – each release packed with new features and enhancements suggested to us by our customers and partners. So if you're in New York or San Diego at the end of January, be sure to stop by and see the latest innovation in content management technology. Some of the highlights will be the release of the public Document Delivery feature, tighter email management integration with Microsoft Outlook, and improved integration with desktop scanners for a simplified paper-to-digital process.