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Product Launches & Upgrades
New risk management jobs will create a bridge between firms and clients.
Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor, looks into the features and frequent upgrades of five competitors offering practice management software as a service.
Goldberg Segalla's John Jablonski writes that as law firms accept the consumerization of mobile devices, they face vexing challenges to protect confidential data.
Firms question whether cyber insurance is necessary.
CCH MediRegs ComplyTrack Suite software applies to the health care field -- but provides lessons for other industries. And now parent company Wolters Kluwer is considering expansion.
Information governance can be expensive, so attorney Christian Liipfert gives you ammunition to make the "business case" for adopting compliance programs at your organization.
Companies and law firms can no longer manage risk and compliance in a fragmented manner.
Reed Smith's Tom Baldwin and Andrew Baker note that meeting the challenges of alternative fee arrangements and client requests requires a quintessential "team effort."
Will manual document review and keyword searches be replaced by computer-assisted coding?
PBworks Legal Edition supports file sharing, client interactions, co-counsel teamwork, and more.
Buffalo TeraStation Pro WSS offers easy infrastructure
With the explosion of iPads, it's crucial to update data management policies for compliance and e-discovery.
The role of CIOs will dramatically change as lawyers buy their own technology.
Bloomberg Law's chair Lou Andreozzi takes on Thomson Reuters and his former employer, Lexis Nexis.
Clients are demanding encryption, especially for classified documents that reside on laptops.
Resolving form disputes early can prevent expensive, time-consuming headaches during litigation.
Kenneth Jones, COO of Xerdict Group, demonstrates how corporate reporting protocols can meet the granular needs of legal and the company's goal of a single financial system.