Our clients often ask us for best practices for setting up Document Types. Here are…
Like many workplaces, law firms have increasingly acknowledged the need to allow remote operations in the face of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. This massive shift to work from anywhere means firms have had to quickly make the transition from operating from an office-based environment to remote work. This situation has created the potential for increased risk to document security. More access points mean more potential for unauthorized access.
Worldox understands the urgent need for legal professionals to continue to work efficiently and securely both in their offices and remotely. Our products are designed to meet and exceed that challenge, ensuring that no matter where you are working, your documents remain secure.
With Worldox Web, clients who use Enterprise and Professional Worldox can enjoy access to their documents anywhere, anytime, on any device, knowing their documents are being securely managed through our opt-out platform for saving client matters. Here’s a recent testimonial from one of our clients using Worldox:
“Because of the ease and versatility of Worldox, our firm was able to implement a paperless initiative several years ago. One of the primary advantages to this was the ability to hire talented individuals from anywhere. They no longer needed to work in one of our physical offices. It was because of this that our transition to work from home during the pandemic was seamless. All of our files were available at our fingertips regardless of location. This would not have been successful without Worldox.”
-Dan Riggsby, IT Director at Boyd & Jenerette, P.A.
Worldox has always been passionate about providing solutions that help improve the workflow and simplify operations. This hasn’t changed during the pandemic. We have been working nonstop with our customers to identify and implement the exact solutions they need to fit their unique challenges during this time. Working from anywhere doesn’t mean accepting increased risk to document security.