Multifunction color inkjet printers like the Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 All-in-One can be the most useful peripheral devices in as well as out of your office, says LTN Technology Editor Sean Doherty.
Olympus announced Thursday the new DS-2500, a new portable recording device that packs in many features found in Olympus' professional dictation systems such as the new DS-3500 and DS-7000.
The new iPad returns to its old name, but has substantial hardware improvements that warrant the attention, if not the excitement, of legal professionals, writes freelance writer Alan Cohen.
LexisNexis announced Thursday a new Financial Restructuring and Bankruptcy module for Lexis Practice Advisor, a web-based legal content service with practical guidance and access to the treatise Collier on Bankruptcy.
BigHand, a manufacturer of voice productivity and workflow software, Tuesday announced the launch of an integration module for OpenText's eDocs document management system.
Corel WordPerfect's upgrade to Office X6 includes new features and functions in an interface that can be familiar to users of Microsoft Word, says LTN Technology Editor Sean Doherty.
A multifunctional printer like the HP Officejet Pro 8600 can help legal pros incorporate documents into their workflow and print work product, says LTN's Technology Editor Sean Doherty.
With the iPad's rise, many thought that e-readers would simply disappear. But writer Alan Cohen sees continued staying power in e-readers from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Sony.
Mark Gerow, director of applications and business process at Fenwick & West, shares hard lessons learned on the firm's journey to upgrading its public website from active server pages to SharePoint 2010.