Time to take
IT directors can do more than just manage systems, writes John Kay. If they step out of the shadows they can help firms manage the direction of the business and achieve their objectives
The recent survey by Legal IT in conjunction with PA Consulting Group into the use of IT in law firms has highlighted the fact that many firms are considering updating their administrative systems, continuing to try to deliver benefit from knowledge management and enhancing their collaboration capabilities to help their people operate more effectively inside and outside the firm.
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