Cloud-based document management generally allows for broader access to your client files. Unfortunately, it can easily make editing and version control much more difficult. With MyCase Drive as your document management platform, your cloud storage appears as a local drive on your computer. This alleviates the need to download a file, make edits, and then upload it to your remote storage again.
Document Management with MyCase
MyCase Drive document management maintains a real-time synchronization between your local and cloud storage. This means that the files will appear in both places the same. Open a word document from your local drive (through MyCase Drive) and you’ll be editing the cloud document directly. When you save, it automatically saves to the cloud.
Additionally, while you are editing the cloud file, no other user can access it. This makes version control much easier, and you’ll always know that everyone worked on the most recent file.
Take a look at the video below to see MyCase Drive document management in action.
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Last updated September 27th, 2022