Legal Suite has released a new Office plug-in that works in Excel and Word to add, search, and edit documents stored in the software provider?s contract management application.
William Caraher, CIO at Milwaukee, Wis.-based von Briesen & Roper, asks why firms continue to install and advance SharePoint when the collaboration software has never really lived up to its hype.
At the 2013 International CES this week, Cupertino, Calif.-based storage provider Seagate Technology announced the second generation of its mobile Wi-Fi storage device, called Mobile Plus, which replaces the Seagate GoFlex Satellite product.
Miliptas-Calif.-based storage media company Promise Technology has introduced its Thunderbolt-enabled Pegasus J2 external hard drive to Microsoft Windows, certified for PC use by Intel Corporation.
Dolphin Micro Inc., a Louisville, Colo.-based company that specializes in web design and development, has released Hours Tracking, a web-based time and billing application targeted at small businesses.
Digital lawyers aren't always blessed by the receipt of digital invoices. Law firms and corporate legal departments wishing to speed the processing of paper invoices can turn to Accusoft's Prizm Capture, which works with QuickBooks.
Chicago-based time and billing software provider BigTime Software has released version 5.0 of its time tracking software, renamed BigTime Express, targeting small law firms with up to 20 lawyers.
Lawyers seeking more bandwidth and backup targets can look to the latest releases from WD, an Irvine, Calif.-based Western Digital Corporation company, that produces external storage and networking technology.
Silver Peak Systems announced on Monday a new release of its Virtual Acceleration Open Architecture with support for Jumbo Frame acceleration, Citrix XenCenter, and gigabit Ethernet support for multiple hypervisors.