Litera partners with Zero Systems to deliver mobile metadata management solution

Litera has partnered with Zero Systems to offer its law firm customers a mobile metadata management solution to tackle data loss and improve security. Litera’s Metadact is used by legal professionals to automatically remove potentially sensitive metadata from emails and attachments. Via Litera’s new API integration, Zero will integrate with Litera’s Metadact and leverage generative AI to provide additional control over hidden data in files and safeguards against common email recipient errors.

The mobile solution prevents data leaks and manages user access by supporting protection policies through its integration with Intune, MobileIron, WorkspaceOne, and Citrix. It will also enable prioritization of emails by importance, automatic signature creation, and automated folder assignment. 

“The leading law firms we work with at Litera are leveraging the latest technology to increase the value they provide to clients while providing more flexible work opportunities and tools to lawyers working on-the-go,” said Alan Taylor, chief corporate development officer of Litera. “To meet the evolving demands of our industry, we are excited by the opportunity to integrate and partner with Zero Systems on Metadact to create a better, more secure experience for our shared customers.” 

“We are passionate about bringing the power of generative AI to enterprises while adhering to the highest data privacy and security standards,” said Alex Babin, co-founder and CEO of ZERO Systems. “Through this partnership, we can offer a world-class experience to legal professionals across all their desktop and mobile devices.” 

1 thought on “Litera partners with Zero Systems to deliver mobile metadata management solution”

  1. It’s not clear if this requires the Zero mobile email app. If it does then it’s not going to be a winning strategy as most firms are going to want to stick with or move to the Outlook mobile client as part of leveraging their investment in M365.

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