The SmartVault Blog

SmartVault Extends Support Hours for Tax Season

We’re gearing up for busy season with extended support hours – now including Saturdays! Ready or not, it’s that time of year again! In support of our tax customers, who are shifting into high gear in advance of the April 15th tax deadline, we’re once again offering extended technical support hours through tax season. And …

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SmartVault Local – Available Now!

UPDATE: September 2, 2015 SmartVault Local is now available! To learn more and start your free trial, see SmartVault Local >> *************************************************************************************** SmartVault will release a local storage option for customers who don’t want to store their documents online. This new capability will give customers the option of choosing where their files are stored; either …

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Welcome Russell Banks, SmartVault’s New Senior Product Manager!

Russell brings years of product management experience to SmartVault and a fierce passion for solving client issues. SmartVault is excited to announce the newest addition to its team. In his role as Senior Product Manager, Russell provides strategic direction to enhance the company’s flagship offerings and oversees development and delivery of new offerings and priority …

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Thanks for an Amazing Year at SmartVault!

Happy Holidays from SmartVault! With another great year at SmartVault winding down – and an even better 2015 on the horizon – I wanted to take a moment to thank you, our customer, the most valuable asset we have. With your ongoing support, feedback, and advocacy, we were able to accelerate many enhancements to our …

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SmartVault Lands $4.5 Million in Series B Funding Round

Additional capital secured to expand development efforts and scale operations for the fast-growing vendor HOUSTON, TX – December 4, 2014 – SmartVault, a leading provider of Software as a Service (SaaS) online document storage and secure file sharing solutions, today announced that it has closed a $4.5M round of funding, backed by a group of …

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CPA Practice Advisor: “How Client Portals Make Firms More Productive”

The CPA Practice Advisor just ran their November publication featuring how client portals can make your firm more productive. We were ecstatic to see SmartVault highlighted on page 18! In the edition, CPA Practice Advisor applauds our easy-to-use secure file sharing, customizable client portals, and tight integrations. Want to see how SmartVault client portals can go …

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FileThis Document Fetching Platform Announces Integration with SmartVault to Improve Tax Preparation Workflow

Cloud-Based Document Fetching Platform for Accountants, CPAs, and Bookkeepers Automatically Fetches and Delivers Relevant Client Documents – Including Bank Statements, Payroll Information, W2s, 1099s – to SmartVault  MILL VALLEY, Calif. – November 10, 2014 – Chasing clients for documents is passé. FileThis, the digital document fetching and filing service, today announced their integration with SmartVault, …

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Happy Halloween from the SmartVault Customer Scare Team!

Bad news, folks… it seems that our Customer Care Team has been temporarily replaced by zombies, teenage mutant ninja turtles, and various other unsavory characters. They call themselves the Customer Scare Team, and they’re standing by to answer all your sales and support questions, today only!

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SmartVault Announces Big Usability Enhancements with New Connected Desktop

The SmartVault Connected Desktop offers bridge from desktop to cloud—delivering all the benefits of cloud storage with the speed and performance of a desktop app HOUSTON, TX – October 30, 2014 – SmartVault, a leading provider of Software as a Service (SaaS) online document storage and secure file sharing solutions, today announced the release of …

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Good Password Hygiene is Essential to Reducing Risk

Google reported yesterday that several lists claiming to contain user credentials (usernames and passwords) were ‘dumped’ on the web. Google reported that less than 2% of the username and password combinations might have worked and that their automated anti-highjacking systems would have blocked many of those login attempts. They have also required users of the …

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