CloudHQ is one of the most popular data replication services, and many small businesses and professionals use cloudHQ for consolidation, collaboration and backup. It may sound complicated, but actually cloudHQ is VERY simple to use, and it's completely automated, so you can simply set it and forget it, and cloudHQ handles the rest. But what exactly does cloudHQ do? And how can cloudHQ help us lawyers be more efficient?
Case Management Made Easy For Lawyers
Case management for legal professionals can be frustrating, especially if you don't have an assistant to help you organized. There are many tools available on the internet that can help make case management more efficient. Basecamp, Google Drive and cloudHQ are just a few of such tools. By using these three powerful cloud services, lawyers can take control of case management and become more organized, saving time and money, and ensuring that you always have access to your files no matter what happens.
How To Sync Gmail And Evernote For Lawyers
Millions of small businesses and individual professionals use Gmail as their business email, and this includes a high number of lawyers and legal professionals. The benefits of Gmail are very appealing for lawyers as it is free, easily integrates with other useful Google services such as Google Apps, Google Docs, Google Drive, and many others. And of course, Evernote has a wide variety of uses in law firms and courtrooms everywhere. It can be used for taking quick notes and snapshots, document creation and editing, quick research, dictation, and simple searching with the superior benefits of Evernote's tagging system. Unfortunately, these two handy tools do not play nice with each other. But cloudHQ is like the glue that binds them together. This is extremely useful for keeping Gmail emails and attachments perfectly organized in Evernote, as well as having your Evernote notes, photos and other files in Gmail for simple sharing.
How To Sync Dropbox And Sharepoint For Lawyers
Many professionals (including lawyers) use Sharepoint, and for various reasons—some use it because it is corporate-grade and professional, some use it because it's backed by Microsoft, others use it because all of their coworkers or colleagues use it, and some use it because it's what they are experienced in using. Sharepoint helps lawyers connect with other professionals (partners, clients, sources, etc.) and helps them engage with these people, share ideas and practically reinvent the way they work together. It also makes it simple to organize case files and other projects, as well as cost-management, risk-assessment and time-management.
Many lawyers and other professionals also use Dropbox in their professions. Dropbox offers lawyers secure cloud storage, and the simplest sharing available. So if you are using Sharepoint, but your client or partner is using Dropbox,cloudHQ makes it easy to sync the two services without the need for both parties to install both services on their computers or devices.
How To Integrate Google Docs With Box For Secure Document Storage
Securing your documents is a top priority for legal professionals, as any breaches could potentially affect the outcome of cases. Online storage offers lawyers easy, anytime access to their documents, but must be secured properly to avoid any security incidents. The onset of cloud services has made it almost too easy to toss documents into any folder and have them uploaded online within seconds. But how can you keep your document security as high as possible, while still having access to your documents from any location? In this article, we will show you how to create a sync between two powerful cloud services in order to have anytime access to your documents, and the best cloud security available.
How To Enhance Your Collaboration
Collaboration for lawyers is more often taken for granted than actually thought about. Until you need to collaborate and something goes wrong that is. These problems can range from using a collaboration service that limits the number of users that can collaborate simultaneously to services that are not compatible with other collaboration services. Some cloud services only allow collaboration between two people, while others allow much more. And the majority of collaboration tools are not compatible for collaboration between multiple cloud services. In this article we will take a look at two of the top collaboration services - Google Drive and Basecamp - and we will show you how you can collaborate with clients, witnesses or other sources between these two collaboration tools, and others.
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