True technological revolutions are few and far between. And making the “old” work with the “new” can make it increasingly difficult for chief information officers to maintain or advance the value of technology for their firms’ lawyers. Results of the 11th Annual AmLaw Tech Surveyindicate that the Am Law 200 continue to build out their IT infrastructures — as capital spending continues to climb steadily and technology staffs grow larger.
As much as legal technology changes, it really does stay the same. While software applications with expanded features continue to hit the market, there aren’t many entirely new types of programs that law firms are adopting right now. Instead, they’re managing what amounts to variations on what have already become old themes.
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