|  By Workshare
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new law that will come into effect on the 25th of May, 2018. Its primary goal is to strengthen and unify data protection for citizens of the European Union (EU). The GDPR replaces the Data Protect...
 |  By Alexis Fox-Mills
A look back over the year Workshare is in the business of change, and heading towards the end of another year has given us cause for a little reflection. A lot can happen in 12 months, so we’re casting our minds back over the year to see what’s h...
 |  By Ainsley Whalen
Get the latest Workshare product release news! As we’re slowly wrapping up 2018, it’s nice to have a bit of calm to end a busy year. Our latest release of Workshare 9.5 gives you improvements and fixes to make your Workshare experience better – ...
 |  By Curt Meltzer
Handling cybersecurity For several years, large law firms have been accused by the FBI and security consultants of being the weak link in the corporate security chain. While that may have been true 10 years ago, large law firms are now on equal f...
 |  By Alexis Fox-Mills
  Floating on cloud 9 Following an amazing ndElevate in London this past September, the NetDocuments event stateside was hosted at the beautiful Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, Utah. Honestly, this place is good for the soul. Guests mingled a...
 |  By Alexis Fox-Mills
Change is a constant Ironic isn't it - change is the only constant there really is. If you look back over the political, sporting, financial or legal landscape, even over an 18 month period, there is a huge amount of change. Workshare is in the ...
 |  By Alexis Fox-Mills
What makes up a Word document? Ever wondered just what makes up a Word document?  You're a normal person, so the answer to this is probably "No, I haven't". Now, we're not saying you need to become geeks like us and get all content crazy. But a...
 |  By Alexis Fox-Mills
Understanding content changes Workshare has been in the business of understanding how content changes since creating DeltaView in 1999. Changes to content affect the meaning of documents and agreements; they have implications for people and busin...