ILTA Webinar, May 14: Documents – Do it All from Your iPhone or iPad with the LINK App

Our LINK app was developed specifically for lawyers and legal staff. And that means working with documents and email from your iPad or iPhone.

This 30-minute webinar will be all demo and will show you how lawyers view, edit, annotate, send documents and more, with our LINK app.

This webinar took place on May 14, 2018. You may view the recording here.

PDFs
We’ll show you LINK’s new handling for large PDFs including search by term and by page number, annotation, and bookmarking. You can even email just the bookmarked pages in a large PDF.

 

Word Documents
Edit, annotate, compare, view redlines, and accept redlines.

Access
LINK gives you easy and secure access to documents in iManage®, NetDocuments®, OneDrive for Business, SharePoint libraries and even in your Home Directory on the firm network.

Outlook Email
Check an attachment to email into ECM/DMS.
Open an ECM/DMS link in email.
Compare an attachment to a document in ECM/DMS.

Fun feature: check a handwritten note or audio note into any of these ECMs.

Annotation LINK 3.4.106

This 30-minute webinar will be all demo. Join us!

LINK is a secure container app which can be remotely wiped. Data is encrypted at-rest and in-transit. LINK includes built-in biometric (or PIN code) 2F for quick, secure authentication.
For additional information, contact Maureen Blando at Mobile Helix: maureen at mobilehelix dot com +1 347-508-0967

CodeX FutureLaw 2018 Conference – Innovation Under the Redwoods

Last week I attended the sixth annual CodeX FutureLaw Conference, under the canopy of the redwoods on the Stanford University campus. I did not know entirely what to expect, but as my office is a few miles down El Camino Real from Stanford, I thought that it was worth investigating. I found the event to be stimulating and I would like to share what I  learned so that others may consider attending FutureLaw in the future.

What is CodeX? It is a Stanford group, associated with the Law School, whose mission is to create legal technology that empowers all parties. It is ably headed up by Dr. Roland Vogl.

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AI? What about NI? Enhancing Natural Intelligence Makes Better Lawyers

By Mobile Helix CEO & Co-founder, Seth Hallem in Legal IT Professionals

Seth HallemA good lawyer helps you see around the bend. In my experience over the years as a client, I have found that each time my attorney points out something in a contract or business decision that I had not anticipated, I ignore the next bill when it comes in and I pay it gladly. When I feel that my attorney is simply a contract factory, I look at each bill closely and start to wonder if there is a better way.

I recently had this experience with my company’s attorney and, as has become my custom, I did not pay any attention to the forthcoming invoice. I did, however, stop to think about how my company, as a legal technology provider, could facilitate more such interactions for our customers and their clients.

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ILTA Webinar: Mobility for Lawyers – Greater Productivity and Ease of Use

Mobility is progressing rapidly. In the past 6 months, with our 3.4 release, our LINK app has added capabilities that enable lawyers to be truly responsive and productive from tablets and smartphones. 

View the recording of the webinar here. 

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Hacking is a booming business, and it’s time for a disruption – CSO Online

By Mobile Helix CEO and Co-founder, Seth Hallem

Hackers are siphoning billions from the global economy each year by stealing data for profit. However, in spite of this rising threat, enterprises continue to make the same mistakes over and over again. It is time to change our assumptions and to re-think how we protect sensitive data.

Hacking is a booming business. Business has been good for several years now. Data breaches are at all-time highs. Cyber-attacks are skyrocketing, and ransomware is a growing fad. And the best news of all is that the same old tricks (see XSS, SQL Injection, SPAM ….) are still working just as well as they always have. How is it possible that a business that was estimated to cost the global economy $450 billion dollars is continuing to grow? That is a lot of money diverted to criminals in lieu of legitimate participants in our global economy.

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What CISOs must learn from Bitcoin and a research team at Georgia Tech

By Seth Hallem, originally published in HelpNetSecurity, Sept. 16, 2013

It has been an eventful time in the mobile world with two recent breaking stories revealing vulnerabilities in the security infrastructure for Android and iOS respectively. While vastly different in their nature, both point to a fundamental lesson that CISOs in an increasingly mobile world cannot ignore – when it comes to encryption, read the fine print. Otherwise you may find yourself up the proverbial creek without a paddle (i.e., remediation strategy).

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