TitanFile, a cloud-based file-sharing and productivity platform, channels files and dialogue into an online collaboration.
Attorney Ruth Carter used a Fujitsu scanner for the first time last year when she was impressed with the ScanSnap S1500, which was compact and fast. This year, she is equally impressed by the ScanSnap iX500.
Like many software developers, Mark Gerow, director of application development and business process at Fenwick & West, looks for the easiest way to move data and complex computational logic to Microsoft Excel.
SpiderOak offers cloud-based file backup, synchronization, and file-sharing services, but only you have `the keys to your encrypted data.
PlanOn Systems' ScanStik SK600V is a hand-held, wand document scanner that scans full pages at 600 dots per inch in four seconds and also captures voice notes to attend scans on your PC or Mac.
The new Philips Pocket Memo mobile dictation machine is lightweight, supports a slide-switch for one-hand operation, and sports a large color display that facilitates mobile digital dictation.
A smartphone function, such as voice recording, will pale in comparison to a dedicated hardware device with firmware designed to record and edit a voice record, such as the Olympus America Inc.'s Digital Voice Recorder DS-7000, reports Sean Doherty LTN's technology editor.
Lawyers need more than an iPhone or Droid camera, for documenting property damage, medical malpractice, and other evidence.
The new Lexis Practice Advisor module for mergers and acquisitions helps practice groups complete transactions faster and more efficiently. The new Mergers & Acquisitions module debuts Market Tracker, powered by Matterhorn.
The product of the week is gleaned from the many press releases Law Technology Newsreceives to email@example.com for publication. This week Accusoft's Accusoft's USB Scanner Tool for Android rises to the top for large law firms.