Mobile Helix Demonstrates New LINK Mobile App Productivity Features for Lawyers at ILTACON 2015

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Mobile Helix, a pioneer in encrypted mobile solutions for lawyers, announced today that it will unveil the latest features of its LINK mobile app at ILTACON 2015. LINK is a single secure app which enables lawyers to work with DMS, NetDocuments, Outlook, SharePoint, and the firm intranet from smartphones and tablets.

Mobile Helix will demonstrate LINK’s new line-up of features which no other single app offers including: viewable NRL attachments; Send-and-File-to DMS; secure document edit; and search of all repositories, including DMS.

“Lawyers are document-centric. Lawyers need to be able to work with documents even when they are out of the office,” said Seth Hallem, CEO and co-founder of Mobile Helix. “Our LINK mobile app has a unique set of capabilities which make it easy to work with documents from mobile devices, such as viewing NRL attachments and filing to DMS.”

Mobile Helix will demonstrate the new LINK features in booth 621 at ILTACON 2015 and will present a Solutions Spotlight entitled, “DMS & SharePoint – Mobile Productivity is Easier than You Think,” on Wednesday, September 2, 2015, at 3:30 pm at ILTACON.

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Mobile Helix is a trademark of Mobile Helix, Inc. All third-party trademarks, trade names, or service marks may be claimed as the property of their respective owners.

ILTACON 2015 is the ILTA (International Legal Technology Association) annual conference, taking place in Las Vegas from August 30, 2015 to September 3, 2015.

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