Information is the fuel that drives law offices. Yet extracting intelligence out of the massive amounts of raw information — aka Big Data — now pouring into law offices from court records, emails, text messages, transcripts, Facebook posts, Twitter, and other sources requires both careful planning and the help of sophisticated predictive analytics software.
Big Data Dip
Law Technology News
February 18, 2013
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