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Day: June 4, 2020

NetDocuments introduces ChatLink to work with Microsoft Teams

NetDocuments, the secure multi-tenant cloud-based content services and productivity platform for law firms, corporate legal teams, and compliance departments, announced the availability of ChatLink, an integration that links Microsoft Teams to NetDocuments. With ChatLink, Teams users now connect channels with NetDocuments workspaces and secure threads. ChatLink enables users to continue working inside the Microsoft Teams interface while maintaining complete access to NetDocuments workspaces and conversations within ndThread to adhere to compliance and governance rules. Administrators can manually or programmatically associate a channel with an existing NetDocuments matter or project, making documents available in a tab within the channel. Likewise, an embedded view of associated chats in ndThread, allow for multiple conversations to happen within a matter while securing them to the matter file.

Xero partners with Coveo to power its app marketplace for small business

Xero, the global small business platform, has announced the release of new search functionality on Xero’s app marketplace. With more than 800 third party apps that connect to the platform, Xero’s app marketplace now serves up suggestions based on a small business’ profile when they are logged into Xero and an improved search toolbar presents popular apps and quick links, providing a more personalized, intuitive, and efficient experience. The new search functionality is powered by Coveo’s recommendations engine, using machine learning to serve up app suggestions based on a small business’ profile when they are logged into Xero.,

Newgen unveils new AI and ML-based Document Classification Service

Newgen Software, a global provider of low code digital automation platform for managing content, processes, and communication, announced it has launched an enhanced version of its document classification service for enabling the high-volume document-handling environment. Intelligent Document Classifier 1.0 allows users to gain hidden insights by classifying documents, based on structural features and/or textual features. It uses machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), to enable layout- and content-based document classification. Organizations can leverage the solution to automatically classify various documents such as sales/purchase orders, enrollment and claim forms, legal documents, mailroom documents, contracts, correspondences, and others. This helps ensure important information is available thereby reducing risks and costs associated with manual document management.

Key features  include:

  • Image Classification – Allows users to automatically classify images using neural networks and deep learning algorithms based on structural features
  • Content Classification – Enables document classification based on content, in the absence of structural features
  • Trainable Machine Learning – Auto-learns definitions and features of a document class and creates a trained model
  • Admin Dashboard – Generates analytics reports for a 360-degree view of the process
  • Integration Capabilities – Facilitates easy integration with core business applications, content management platforms, and document capture applications

AWS and Slack join forces targeting enterprise workplace

Amazon Web Services and Slack Technologies announced a new multi-year agreement to deliver solutions for enterprise workforce collaboration. Slack and AWS will strategically partner to help distributed development teams communicate and become more efficient and agile in managing their AWS resources from inside Slack. Slack will migrate its Slack Calls capability for all voice and video calling to Amazon Chime, AWS’s communications service that lets users meet, chat, and place business calls. Slack is also leveraging AWS’s global infrastructure to support enterprise customers’ adoption of its platform and to offer them data residency – the ability to choose which country or region their data is stored at rest in while fulfilling compliance requirements. Slack continues to rely on AWS as its preferred cloud provider and will use a range of AWS services, including storage, compute, database, security, analytics, and machine learning, to develop new collaboration features. Additionally, AWS has agreed to use Slack to simplify the way teams at AWS communicate and work together.

Slack and AWS will also extend product integration and deepen interoperability. These integrations include:

  • Amazon Chime infrastructure with Slack Calls
  • AWS Key Management Service with Slack Enterprise Key Management (EKM)
  • AWS Chatbot integration with Slack
  • Amazon AppFlow integration with Slack,

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