OREM, UTAH – February 17, 2010 – NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) content management service provider, announced today it has completed the SAS 70 Type I audit, and it has also completed the Truste EU Safe Harbor Certification, acknowledging that NetDocuments delivers its SaaS content management service and its web site in accordance with these standards. The SAS 70 standard (Statement on Auditing Standards No.70) was developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and is an internationally recognized auditing standard. SAS 70 designation represents that the AICPA or its designees have conducted a rigorous audit of the NetDocuments controls and safeguards over its information technology and all related processes.
National Law Firm Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP Switches to NetDocuments for Global, SaaS Document Management
OREM, UTAH – February 8, 2010 – NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) content management service provider announced today that the national law firm Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, with over 400 attorneys, has selected NetDocuments as its new document management service across its twelve offices. Nelson Mullin's conversion to SaaS-based NetDocuments liberates the firm and its IT team from the need to continue managing and maintaining server hardware and desktop software across its offices, resulting in more focused face time with users. NetDocuments also blends collaboration, and document, email and records management into a single, globally-accessible repository, as well as superior searching from what they had before.
This post was authored by Danny Johnson of the NetDocuments sales and marketing group. The Fourth Amendment in the Bill of Rights protects against unreasonable searches and seizures and is a vital part of the United States Constitution. As data stored in the cloud continues to proliferate, the debate on how this law relates to the security of this data will become increasingly important. Recently, a very in depth analysis on this topic was released in the June 2009 edition of the Minnesota Law Review titled, "Defogging the Cloud: Applying Fourth Amendment Principles to Evolving Privacy Expectations in Cloud Computing." The article discusses how the fourth amendment relates to data stored in the cloud. The article was written by David Couillard, who is in his final year at Minnesota Law School.
This post originally appeared as a TechnoRelease in the TechnoLawyer newsletter. Post authored by Leonard Johnson, VP of Marketing at NetDocuments. At this time every year we find ourselves contemplating our shortcomings and using the New Year as an excuse to change our ways and better our lives. Everyone is sending out resolutions lists, so instead of shooting for the stars, test out these five simple and easy-to-do tips for enhancing your law practice and client relationships for 2010.
Post authored by Danny Johnson of the NetDocuments Sales and Marketing Team Over the year, this blog attempted to cover what went on at the company, and although it did not capture everything, much of it was documented here. So to end the year, we've put together the nine most popular blog posts of 2009. 2. Dreamforce Offers Glimpse into Future of SaaS and Social Media: How SaaS and Social Media are shaping, and will shape business communication.
Salt Lake City, UT – March 11, 2019 – Payet, Rey, Cauvi, Pérez Abogados, a leading full-service law firm in Peru, has implemented the NetDocuments platform as the foundation in its efforts to improve work place mobility and build upon the firm’s governance and security initiatives.
Post authored by Danny Johnson of the NetDocuments Sales and Marketing Team Every year Gartner, Inc. identifies the 10 strategic technologies for the year ahead. It released the 2010 edition in October and I found the results very interesting. For Gartner to consider a technology, a "strategic technology," it must have the "potential for significant impact on the enterprise in the next three years. Factors that denote significant impact include a high potential for disruption to IT or the business, the need for a major dollar investment, or the risk of being late to adopt."
Post authored by Marc Duncan of the NetDocuments Sales Team Wow, what a week and what a show. I have just returned from the Dreamoforce 09 show in San Francisco and had an amazing experience. As a member of the NetDocuments sales team I spend a lot of time "selling" the idea of SaaS, cloud computing, etc. During this day to day routine, it is easy to wonder: is this idea really catching on? On Wednesday morning during the keynote address I was assured that yes…SaaS and Cloud computing are here to stay.
NetDocuments was recently reviewed in the t3 newsletter which deals with technology for financial services professionals. It was written by David Drucker who, along with Joel Bruckenstein, administer the t3 conference and newsletter. Along with running t3, David Drucker is also a journalist, speaker, financial advisor, pit bull rescuer, biker, classic car nut, gadget geek, and bluesman. In his recent article titled, "A Sampling of Client Portals," Drucker reviewed four different products that provide client portal functionality for financial advisors. The four products reviewed were Advisorsites, Family Office Network, NetDocuments and Make It A Good Day.
It has been over three years since the NetDocuments/Salesforce.com integration was developed and listed on the Salesforce AppExchange. Over that time, NetDocuments and Salesforce have built a strong base of joint customers that are leveraging the power of SaaS to handle their CRM and content management needs. There are currently 811 apps listed on the AppExchange and the NetDocuments app continues to be one of the most popular and highly rated: