Nuance's PDF Converter Professional 8 software creates PDF documents and fillable forms from scratch and from Office documents. You can even talk at a PDF and it will talk back, exclaims attorney Ruth Carter.
Microsoft SharePoint has become the de facto collaboration platform in the legal industry and its support for mobile computing has had a significant impact on the ability of IT to deliver a mobile experience to legal professionals, says Mark Gerow, director of applications and business process at Fenwick & West.
Tablet computers versus ultrabooks? In the new world of portable computing, writer John Edwards looks at which type of system represents the best all-around choice for lawyers.
Since 1991 the Traffic Law Center has catered to people fighting traffic tickets in a "database approach" with dBase, but the firm recently found a more flexible and modern approach using CNG-Online.
Gavel & Gown earlier this year rolled out an upgrade to Amicus Attorney. Writer John Waters reviews the practice management software, which is looking forward to a cloud version this summer.
A photograph holds true if the photo provides evidence of a genuine person, place, or object. Writer John Edwards describes methods of detecting obvious photographic tampering before you should call in an expert.
LegalTech West Coast continues today at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles where legal professionals can see law technology at work and discuss product road maps leading to LegalTech New York, says LTN's Sean Doherty.
The LegalTech West Coast event opens today at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles with over 60 exhibitors and over 20 educational sessions, providing an opportunity to view product demonstrations and earn CLE credits says LTN Technology Editor Sean Doherty.
Hewlett Packard Development released a number of new printers at the company's Global Influencer Summit in Shanghai, including a new mobile all-in-one printer.