Join this co-hosted ILTA Product Briefing webinar on Feb. 5th to see a demo of NetDocuments’ Trusted Cloud Platform integrated with the LINK secure container app.
For NetDocuments users, the LINK app provides additional security when using NetDocuments on tablets and smartphones. LINK’s security features include containerization, built-in 2F authentication, secure integration with the MS Word app for iOS, and optional integration with Azure AD Information Rights Mgmt. LINK can be remotely wiped by IT.
LINK enables must-have mobile workflows due to LINK’s unique integration of Outlook, NetDocuments, and the Office app in a single app.
In this 40-minute webinar we will demo these workflows and more:• Check an email attachment into NetDocuments; edit with MS Word app; check new version into NetDocuments; email
• Compare an email attachment to a document in DMS; annotate; email
• File email & Send-and-File to DMS
• Annotate a document; save locally, encrypted; send
There will be one presenter from NetDocuments and one from Mobile Helix.
Peripatetic lawyers, take note from Friday, 1/5/2018, in the Washington Post:
“U.S. customs agents conducted 60 percent more searches of travelers’ cellphones, laptops and other electronic devices during the government’s 2017 fiscal year, according to statistics released Friday by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
The agency said it searched 30,200 devices but the inspections affected only 0.007 percent of the 397 million travelers — including American citizens as well as foreign visitors — who arrived from abroad during the 12-month period that ended Sept 30.”1
How to Drop the Laptop and Work from your iPad or iPhone
Join us on January 24th for this ABA Legal Technology Resource Center Webinar
You are dashing for the train and receive a document via email from a key client. You need to read it now, but it’s attached via proprietary link. How could you possibly view this document (including its tracked changes), annotate it, and send it out, all while on the go? Leave your laptop behind – all of this can be done using your iPad or iPhone.
In “Do it All with Your iPad – How to Drop the Laptop and Work from your iPad or iPhone,” Maureen Blando of Mobile Helix will show you how you can work with documents even when you are out of the office. Whether you need to review an attachment in your inbox, mark up a document, or edit it – use your time productively by working wherever you are. Whether you use iManage® or NetDocuments® DMS, SharePoint or other file storage systems, you can compare documents, edit and annotate them, check them in, and send them with a single app. Join us to see a demo of these and more essential document workflows that you can complete with the LINK app by Mobile Helix.
We will demo:
● How to review an attachment, markup it up, and forward to a colleague or a client for review
● How to edit an attachment or link from your inbox using the MS Word app and forward
● How to accept all changes in an attachment, sign, and send for counter-signature
They discussed the genesis of Mobile Helix, how the LINK app empowers lawyers on the go, the crossroads of usability and security in mobile apps, and our partnerships with iManage®, NetDocuments® and Handshake Software®.
Each December the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) publishes their tour de force Technology Survey. Where BlackBerries were indispensable, iPhones dominate and iPads are nearly ubiquitous – but the Legal mobility scenario is dynamic. Here’s a look at three charts from the survey.
Microsoft Surface Pro – Making a Run for It
Is it a bird, is it a plane? Is a Surface Pro a tablet or a notebook PC? Whatever you call it, the Surface Pro is on the radar in Legal now.
Smartphones and the software which runs on them are changing everything we do. How we take photos has radically changed. We pay for lunch with our phones and order groceries from an app. It’s easy and efficient.
I am interested in enterprise mobility. Some of the data in “Mobile is Eating the World” should be a wake-up call to businesses. Below, marked with bullets, I have cited a few data points from “Mobile is Eating the World.” My thoughts on enterprise mobility are in blue font.