As we first revealed on 8 October, NetDocuments is to launch a new data centre in Germany, bringing the number of jurisdictions in which it has data centres to four. The announcement came at its ndElevate 2019 user conference in Utah, where NetDocuments also formally launched CollabSpaces (which replaces ShareSpaces). It also formally announced the launch of quantum entropic encryption, which two CIOs at the conference told Legal IT Insider now “future proofs” the technology. The data centre follows those in the UK, US and Australia.
Leading European independent law firm Cuatrecasas, Goncalves Pereira and UK top 100 law firm Sackers have swapped their on premises document management solution for NetDocuments’ cloud-based solution.
As one of Europe’s top five law firms, Cuatrecasas, which has 1600 staff across 24 offices, required a solution that would complement and integrate with the firm’s existing technology, while providing extremely high standards for security and compliance across international offices and a diverse client base.
NetDocuments announced today that Dirkzwager, a top 15 Dutch law firm with more than 275 staff members, has selected NetDocuments as its new document management system (DMS). After extensive evaluation of the DMS market, Dirkzwager determined that NetDocuments is the right approach for today’s DMS requirements of simplicity, mobility and flexibility. “Dirkzwager requires a modern technology platform to support the firm’s high standards of efficiency and client service,” said Jeroen Zweers, Manager IT and Internal Services at Dirkzwager.
The DMS times are changing – NetDocuments win a new site in Australia and after the latest DMSforLegal SharePoint wins in the Netherlands, Epona says it is on target to knock Autonomy iManage off its perch and become the Benelux region market leader
Tomorrow (Thursday 12th September) sees the Chilli IQ Lawtech Summit…