Law-related technology is growing as an industry, but in what ways are the mainstream IT companies prepared to enter? EMC, IBM, and Symantec already have joined in on the e-discovery side, where there remains room for more, but let's not forget CRM (read: Microsoft) and mobile applications too (clue: look towards the RIM.) There are sure to be other areas and there's room for discussion. ... [MORE]
Mainstream Tech Players Could Flock to Legal Field
Law Technology News
June 20, 2011
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