Tips And Tricks For The Mobile Lawyer
- Evernote: Perfect for taking quick notes, snapshots and audio clips. During meetings, notes can be quickly entered and tagged. Snapshots can be quickly taken directly from Evernote using your mobile device's camera. Evernote allows users to search for text within photos as well.
- Google Drive: Google Drive is a powerful, all-in-one document management suite that provides a mobile office for lawyers on the go. Contracts and other legal documents can be quickly created, revised, collaborated on, shared and stored. And used in conjunction with a document signing app such as DocuSign, documents can even be legally signed. Spreadsheets and presentations can be created and managed via Google Drive as well.
- Basecamp: The top cloud choice for project (and case) management. Projects can be created, team members added, to-do lists created and managed, calendar events created and shared, reminders created, and discussions on events and files can be posted.
But by using cloudHQ, the data in all of these cloud services can be synced to a single, centralized account for easy searching, organization and management. You can setup sync pairs between the cloud services to create this database. For instance, a sync pair between Evernote and Box, Google Drive and Box, Basecamp and Box, and Gmail and Box will create a database containing all important emails and attachments, all Evernote notes and files, all documents and files from Google Drive and all project files from Basecamp. Now you will have a mobile office with an organized database of all files and documents that goes with you everywhere you go. Click here to see specific instructions on how to setup sync pairs between cloud services using cloudHQ.
The cloud service cloudHQ provides the solution for this dilemma as well. All data (or just specific files and folders) can be backed up securely using cloudHQ. For instance, files from one cloud service, let's say Evernote, can be backed up to cloud services such as Dropbox or Box. So if any instance of data loss was to occur in Evernote, all of the data would still be backed up to one of the backup cloud services. This works perfectly in conjunction with the centralized database mentioned in the previous section of this article. If a lawyer creates a database in Box that has all of his data from Evernote, Google Drive, Basecamp and Gmail, he can create a final sync pair from Box to another cloud service such as Dropbox. Now, if any data loss occurs in any cloud services, there remains a complete secondary copy of all data stored securely in the backup account. Data loss is a thing of the past for companies that use cloudHQ. Don't wait until data loss has already occurred, then it's too late for cloudHQ to help you. Get total protection now. CloudHQ offers a free, fully-functional, 15-day trial, sign up now before it's too late.
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