Netdocs

Netdocs

(1) The code name for a hosted application suite from Microsoft. Based on its .NET architecture, Netdocs includes email, instant messaging and document creation.

(2) (NETDOCS) The online documentation for the National Center for Supercomputer Applications (NCSA) networks. See NCSA.
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This includes views on the policies themselves, compliance information, trend reports around the data in NetDocs and how data looks in relation to its appropriate governance policy, offering the industry's only complete IG management tool.
The collaboration between FileTrail and NetDocs offers a complete IG solution that guarantees internal policy and OCG compliance for any size firm.
The three most popular legal cloud computing software programs used by lawyers were MyCase, NetDocs, and Clio.
"For instance, we were one of the first UK firms to offer the cloud computing solution NetDocs, which makes documentation more accessible and secure for clients.
Mr Pincher, who has been in the document management industry for more than 25 years, previously worked at Netdocs and Cendris.
Of its rivals, Pastore says, Certifiedemail.com and Ziplip.com are aiming for the consumer market, e-Parcel and NetDocs offer client-based software with all the installation and administration headaches that come with it, and PostX is based on wrapping Java envelope around digital content.