Law offices of all types and sizes face pressure to acquire "the next big thing" in the never-ending quest to become more productive and competitive. Due diligence can make the difference between wasting money on new technology and investing in new productivity.
Russia-based cloud video surveillance technology provider ivideon announced Monday the availability of its cloud-based service in the U.S.
BigHand, a provider of digital dictation workflow software, announced Monday the release of a smaller firm version of its software as a service to improve voice productivity at law firms and corporate legal departments
Law firms and other commercial electric power users may be paying "power factor correction" surcharges of 5 to 20 percent or more on monthly bills and not even be aware of it or of the fact that this surcharge could be avoided with an equipment upgrade. The extent of the surcharge is usually hidden in plain sight in the details on monthly electric bills.
Tampa, Fla.-based Accusoft Corp. announced Thursday the release of Prizm Document Converter, an application that converts more than 300 supported file formats into image files.
ABI Document Support Services has announced the launch of new features for eSummary by ABI, an online records management tool that helps legal clients organize, analyze, and summarize records.
TeamDrive has released an upgrade to its file sharing platform, which helps companies and individuals store, share, and synchronize files.
Chicago-based Recovery Toolbox Inc. has released new software, the Outlook Recovery Toolbox, to recover the contents of damaged and unreadable Outlook personal folders.
Prosperoware has enhanced and renamed its Milan Move, Archive software, adding the ability to consolidate Autonomy's iManage WorkSite databases. The product targets firms that use WorkSite as a document management system.