Webinar: NetDocuments & Outlook Mobile Workflows in the LINK App, Mar 22

This webinar took place on March 22, 2023.

You may watch the demo video here.

Give your lawyers easy and secure NetDocuments document and email workflows on mobile devices with the LINK App. Attorneys love that they can annotate, compare, email, and predictively file documents using a single app on iOS and Android smartphones and tablets.

LINK is used by attorneys in firms ranging from 30 attorneys to Am Law 100 firms to work from tablets and smartphones.

Register Here Button BlueIn this 30-minute webinar, you’ll see workflows, including:
– Full NetDocuments access & search
– PDF viewer, annotation, and file comparison
– Edit with the Word app
– Predictive email filing to Outlook and DMS folders
– Open DMS links in email

We will also present an overview of LINK’s security features including encryption, remote wipe, and optional integration with SAML SSO integration and Microsoft Azure Information Protection.

These workflows apply to iManage Work® 10, too!

LINK provides secure access to DMS, Outlook, OneDrive, SharePoint, Windows file shares, and intranet apps.

NetDocuments on iPhone in the LINK app

LINK is an encrypted, containerized app, which entirely separates firm resources from everything else on your iOS or Android tablet or smartphone. IT manages LINK’s security policies and user roles. LINK can be remotely wiped. LINK performs certificate—based device authentication. Mobile Device Management is not needed. If you have MDM, you can manage LINK with your MDM.

Speaker: Maureen Blando, Mobile Helix President & COO, Mobile Helix, Inc.

If you cannot be present for the live webinar, please register and you will receive an email with a link to the recorded webinar.

Please register with your work email address or provide your place of business.




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