Here is another fantastic feature request from a LINK user.
Sometimes you need a list of every file in a folder or even in a Workspace in iManage Work or NetDocuments DMS. Search may not help as you don’t know exactly what you are looking for. Now in LINK you can create the list, annotate it, then Air Print, email, import to iManage or NetDocuments, or save in LINK to My Files.
To create the list, tap the ellipsis icon to the right of any folder or Workspace. Tap “List All Files.”
The list is displayed.
To annotate, tap the Paper & Pencil icon and mark away.
After annotating, you can use the icons in the lower right to Air Print, email, import to iManage, or save in LINK to My Files. Or, tap the X in the upper left to get a succinct menu with options to import, email, or save to My Files.
LINK now has a new rich text editor. We think that you will like the look of the new User Interface. In addition, the new editor provides a much more comprehensive set of editing tools.
The new editor has four major formatting tabs:
Font Formats, shown above
Page Formats, show above
Insert “+”, for inserting hyperlinks, tables, special characters
Also, now when Send-and-File is on, the Envelope icon is green. Tap the Envelope icon to toggle Send-and-File on and off per email.
This new editor component is used to: • Compose emails • Compose calendar event bodies • Compose Outlook notes • Compose Outlook task bodies • Create HTML notes that are saved directly in a mobilized file system (e.g., DMS or SMB shares) • Create signatures in email settings
One of the things that I like about our new editor is that its behavior feels a lot like Word. Since we have muscle memory for Word, it’s a natural feel.
LOL. I am by no means caught up. I’ve got to-do lists and piles of
sorted business cards. Plenty of follow-up yet to go. How about you?
If you were there, wasn’t ILTACON fantastic this year?
A View from a Booth
2019 was the first year of Joy. Not only do I mean the first year of
ILTA’s vibrant new CEO, Joy Heath Rush, but the first year that ILTA
felt truly back on-track.
ILTACON 2019 broke all attendance
records, at over 3,500 legal techies comprised of over 1,800 members and
1,700 business partners. Over 800 members were first-timers, which is
fantastic. I can imagine that some of the booth locations were poor at
the Dolphin. We were fortunate to have good traffic and terrific
interest in our LINK app.
By Seth Hallem, Moble Helix CEO, Co-founder, & Chief Architect
Secure email using S/MIME and OpenPGP is fundamentally broken. Our CEO explains the EFAIL vulnerability and why our LINK Email is not susceptible to EFAIL. What do we do next to protect email?
On Sunday night, a team of researchers from Germany and Belgium dropped a major bomb on the world of encrypted email by describing a simple, widely applicable, and wildly effective technique for coercing email clients to release encrypted email contents through “Exfiltration channels.” The concept is simple – by using a combination of known manipulation techniques against the encryption algorithms specified in the S/MIME and OpenPGP standards and lax security choices in a wide variety of email clients, the research team was able to intercept and manipulate encrypted emails such that large blocks of the encrypted text are revealed to a malicious server.
What is most brilliant (and most dangerous) about this attack, is that the attack does not require decrypting the email messages or stealing encryption keys. Hence, the attack can be deployed as a man-in-the-middle attack on the infrastructure of the internet itself, rather than requiring that a specific email server or email client is compromised.
The essential idea behind this attack is simple – HTML emails expose a variety of reasons to query remote servers to load parts of those emails. The simplest (and most common) example of this concept is displaying embedded images. Many marketing emails use tiny embedded images to monitor who has opened an email. This technique is so pervasive that many of us have become desensitized to clicking the “Allow images from this sender” prompt in Outlook. It is common practice for marketing emails to contain embedded images with essential content, which encourages users to allow the client to load all images in that message. However, doing so loads both visible images and tiny, single pixel images that marketing tools use to uniquely determine that we have opened the email message in question.
Our CEO, Seth Hallem, spoke at the NetDocuments executive summit, ndElevate 2017, on May 23rd.
Seth’s presentation focused on three actionable ways for law firms, and any enterprise, to protect client-side data. We are sharing his slides from ndElevate below. If you have any comments or questions, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please write to contact at mobilehelix.com.
Thank you to NetDocuments for an excellent summit!
Last year was the first year of iManage® ConnectLive and it exceeded all expectations. This year ConnectLive promises to be bigger and better, with deep dive technical tracks and new product briefings. It’s a terrific place to network.
San Francisco, here we come. This is the second year of Intapp’s user conference, held near their home town, in San Francisco. It’s our first year to be at Inception. With our Stanford roots, which we share with Intapp, it feels like home to us.