WestlawNext iPad App Adds New Collaboration Capabilities
From Thomson Reuters:
The WestlawNext iPad app now features enhanced folder sharing capabilities. Users can save their research results, including notes and KeyCite® warning flags, in folders that can be instantly shared with others. For instance, an attorney or researcher in an office can share research with an attorney in a court setting or collaborate with a client on a specific matter. Users can also tap into previous research across departments and organizational boundaries, allowing them to access and share a vast repository of increasingly valuable knowledge anywhere, anytime.
An additional enhancement to the WestlawNext iPad app is full support of web-hosted client validation, which allows users the ability to easily use a virtual private network (VPN) to their servers from their iPads to select or validate client matter numbers using their own format.
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