To automatically review and analyze your contracts, you can use apps such as DiligenceEngine, KIIAC, KMStandards and Seal.
You can create documents using Microsoft Office but there are competent alternatives such as Google Docs and OpenOffice. You can also create legal forms using LEXIS Practice Advisor and Practical Law Company.
Some of the best apps for sharing and storing documents are Dropbox and Box. These are cloud services that provide access to your documents at all times, from any device. While Dropbox does provide encryption for files during transfer and during storage, you may wish to have more control over the encryption of your documents. In that case, you can use encryption software such as Ensafer or Sookasa.
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