File.one solves the age-old problem of locating a critical document, event, email, or file.
IRVINE, Calif. and NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 30, 2018
Case.one today announced the launch of File.one, the first new application in its .one Suite. File.one solves the challenge of files stored in multiple systems and locations, providing a single easy-to-use search tool to instantly locate documents.
Capable of searching more than 120 different file formats, File.one can search millions of documents in seconds regardless of location. Searches include both on-premises servers and cloud storage simultaneously. File.one returns results based on user criteria, including file types, events and more. With unlimited storage, File.one is the ultimate search, knowledge, and file management software application for law firms of all sizes and practice areas.
"File.one solves the age-old problem of locating a critical document, event, email, or file," said Bahar Ansari, Co-Founder, and CEO of Case.one. "Taking advantage of powerful machine learning tools, File.one will eliminate the wasted time and effort legal professionals incur trying locate specific content and data."
File.one may be integrated with a wide variety of applications used by legal professionals. To see File.one in action, visit Case.one at booth 1318 during LegalTech New York.
Case.one launched just a year ago and already has shown its development capabilities. By listening to legal professionals and developing the tools lawyers need to work more intelligently, Case.one is leading innovation not only in practice management applications but in fully supported systems that help lawyers and their staff work more efficiently. Case.one has developed the new .one Suite, which incorporates the tools lawyers and legal professionals need to rely on to increase efficiency, productivity, and client communication. Case.one's .one Suite is a second-generation cloud-based legal technology platform that takes advantage of machine learning and new technologies to improve workflows and interactions. For more information, please visit Case.one.