Corporations eager to exploit their massive customer data risk alienating consumers and regulators if they stumble on privacy and security.
Charles Duhigg's book, The Power of Habit, inspires our cover story.
ILTA's annual technology purchasing survey shows increase in law firm technology spending.
Dashboard 2.0: Upgrading Bingham's stale intranet.
Managed services will disrupt information governance models.
Lawyers want simplicity, not excessive bells and whistles.
New or upgraded software for e-discovery, document management, and practice management dominates fall releases.
Lawyers expect ubiquitous computing and always-on connectivity.
Despite client and lawyer pushback, firms pursue cost recovery for printing, faxing, and other routine services.
A clash is brewing between Big Data and e-discovery protocols.
By upgrading your servers and infrastructure, you can cut costs and also help the environment.
We've set the technology bar too low for the Bar, and judges and clients are suffering as a consequence.
Seyfarth Shaw helps stranded children navigate immigration.
The European Court of Human Rights chooses a mix of technology to improve searches on its public database.
HP Scanjet Enterprise 8500 fn1 Document Capture Workstation is like having an "easy button."