For lawyers, there may be an advantage to choosing Windows-based tablets if you heavily use Microsoft tools such as the Office Suite.
Lawyers will love the business-friendly upgrades to Microsoft's Surface tablet line, including beefed up speed, Outlook 13, better keyboards and charging.
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.
Apps aren't the only smartphone productivity tools. Here are eight carefully selected hardware accessories that will help boost user performance and efficiency.
Law firms are equipping their lawyers with mobile devices and looking to the cloud to provide them with remote services. LTN looks at Box, Dropbox, and ShareFile cloud file-sharing sites to see what they have to offer mobile lawyers.
With mobile devices, internet hotspots, virtual desktops and web-based communication tools, it's all but impossible to disappear off the grid for a few days from your work colleagues. Law Technology News asked 12 tech-savvy legal professionals what tech tools do they use to keep in touch with the office, especially in case of an emergency.
FTI Technology's new version of Ringtail includes predictive coding with a visual approach to creating statistical samples and training a computer to automatically code documents.
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.
As the Boy Scouts say, "be prepared" this app helps you respond quickly if you are a dust-up in New York City, sponsored, of course, by a personal injury firm.