Eases Law Firms Into the Digital Office’s Digital File Server gives Attorneys an easy solution for digital document management and case file support with an easy-to-use online management interface.

Windsor, CA, August 09, 2009 --( The Paperless Office – the new wave for the legal industry – is now a reality. gives attorneys and other legal professionals the simplest online file server service at the lowest rates in the market. With unlimited storage at just pennies a page, has made handling case files with thousands of pages easier and more cost effective.

The most challenging aspects of a paperless office is file management. Bookmark Data knows this is especially true for Law Offices. They meet that challenge by allowing the easiest access to digital files through searches, Book Marking and sharing of files.

Now handling a huge case is easier. Gone are the days of admin assistants sifting through boxes of documents to find the key file needed. With, a simple search will bring up your file instantly – whether you’re looking for a file name or content within the file.

In addition to easy searching and tracking, also let’s you mark files, search results or specific pages within files for sharing with colleagues or anyone else. This Bookmark Feature is a standout in the file-serve and file storage industry, allowing for simple, yet hearty dissemination of data.

Not only is the most affordable file server service online (just 5 cents per page), but also the savings in employee, paper, copying and printing costs are greatly reduced. Sort and bring up case files in a matter of seconds, rather than hours or even days.

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About Trans Tech Consultants, dba, is a California Corporation formed 19 years ago by Bill C. Wiggins and a partner. was developed by David M. Schissler, BSCS and Bill C. Wiggins P.E., with the idea of creating a simple-to-use online document management database service that is intuitively as easy to use as e-mail.

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