LINK Encrypted App

The LINK app makes it easy to open NRLs, and to annotate, compare, and edit documents from a single app. You can check an attachment into DMS, file email to iManage and Outlook folders, send-and-file and work offline from mobile devices. LINK is integrated with iManage® Work, Outlook, SharePoint, Office 365, the Office apps, and the firm portal/intranet The LINK app is a secure container app and can be remotely wiped. LINK is encrypted with AES-256 at-rest and TLS over HTTPS in-transit. LINK uses Active Directory for first factor authentication and has built-in second factor authentication of either Face ID,Touch ID or a PIN code. No VPN, MDM, or VDI is needed. Contact us to learn more about our free LINK trial:

Unique differentiators/features

  • In-app annotation and in-app comparison
  • Open NRLs and view tracked changes automatically
  • Import an email attachment to iManage
  • File email to iManage or Outlook folders
  • Send-and-File to iManage
  • Secure container app - documents never leave the LINK app
  • Data is encrypted at-rest and in-transit
  • App can be remotely wiped
  • No MDM, VPN, or VDI is needed
  • My Files: store docs encrypted in the LINK app
  • Integrated with Outlook and the firm intranet/portal

Licensing model:

Per User, Per Year

Target Market:

Legal, financial, professional services, pharmaceuticals, technology, oil & gas, manufacturing, government

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Partner information

Mobile Helix

Mobile Helix

Mobile Helix is the maker of the LINK encrypted app which includes full access to iManage Work, Outlook email and the firm intranet. With LINK, attorneys and knowledge professionals can easily access files in Work, then review, annotate, compare, and email. Open NRLs in email. Send-and-File. All your work resources in a single, secure app. LINK is iManage Work Universal API qualified. LINK can be deployed on-prem or in the Cloud. Work versions 9+ and up are supported. Contact us for a Zoom demo of LINK for your team: contact @ mobilehelix dot com.

Maureen Blando