LegalTech New York 2013: the biggest and the best.
After attending his first LegalTech New York, here attorney Adam Losey's 10 tips for vendors who are trying to reach the next wave of electronic data discovery lawyers and litigation professionals.
Why corporate counsel are exasperated when outside counsel won't provide budget estimates.
Firms and legal professionals wobble into managed services.
The who, what, when, where, and how to protect crucial networks and technologies from disasters.
Walter Isaacson mesmerizes an intimate audience with insights about Apple CEO Steven Jobs.
After LegalTech New York, two perfect tech days in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.
Software-as-a-service practice management rivals desktop software.
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer bucks current corporate trends and bans work-from-home.
Keynote presentations launched each day with controversial ideas and vibrant innovations.
Erasing information in the Big Data era.
Whether EDD or Big Data, it's all about pesky algorithms!
Catalyst Insight is blazing when searching documents.
Enthusiastic newcomers bring their products and services to the Hilton's three floors of exhibits.
Vendor demonstrations fuel lawyers' education.
Why risk breaches in the age of data insecurity?
Kroll Ontrack's demo suite was literally on fire.
Neutralizing worries that keep CIOs up at night.
How happy accidents thwart data thieves.
Steady maintenance can help your firm survive technology disruptions.
You won't need a steep learning curve to use Guidance Software's EDD tool, EnCase Forensic 7.05.
At LegalTech New York, a shower of new cloud products were debuted and demonstrated at the exhibit hall.
Richard Susskind reviews The Innovator's Dilemma
David Cowen's Review of The Innovator's Dilemma.