Meeting room technology used to display and share content can rattle the confidence of any legal professional. Even if you master the collaboration technology one day, you may forget it the next. Epson America aims to make putting on a meeting as easy as using a whiteboard with its new BrightLink Pro 1410Wi projector, a new productivity tool that brings collaboration to any flat surface in a meeting room.
Attorneys are traveling with an ever-growing number of gadgets, leading to crammed pockets, overloaded briefcases and security hassles. Here are some tips that can help make your next trip easier and less stressful.
Activity streams such as lists, comments, and "likes" provide content on social networks. Inside the law firm, the email activity stream reigns supreme, but managing its content can be a challenge without tools like Exchange Web Services, says Fenwick & West's Mark Gerow.
Mark Gerow, director of applications and business processes at Fenwick & West, describes a method for presenting temporal data from disparate sources such as SharePoint, SQL Server, XML, web services, and Excel in Microsoft Outlook calendars.
Olympus America's Digital Voice Recorder DS-3500 is the camera and audio company's entry-level dictation system that will satisfy the needs of most legal professionals, says Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor.
Mark Gerow, SharePoint expert at Fenwick & West, creates simple Excel spreadsheets that link to Microsoft SharePoint tasks, which shows how to apply everyday tools to accomplish complex results.
As Apple's Macs gain ground in the law firm, so too will Mac productivity applications like NewSoft Technology's Presto PageManager, its document management system now in version 9, says writer John K. Waters.
American Bar Association "Legal Rebel" Ruth Carter slowed down to review the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500. The Flash Mob lawyer found the scanner easy to use and fast.
Olympus America's DS-2500 digital voice recorder can edit voice records by inserting and partially deleting text as well as appending text to an existing record, reports Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor.