Making lawyers mobile
When it comes to mobile working, identifying the truly valid business cases for mobile technology, while diplomatically minimising the number of units deployed for reasons of status and ego, are the main problems facing IT directors. Kieran Flatt reports on the findings of Legal IT's mobile working survey
“Cutting through the fog” of mobile communication technologies is how one Legal IT reader describes the task of supporting, promoting – and in some cases vetoing – a rapidly evolving suite of mobile working and connectivity facilities that are suitable for lawyers and deliver true value to the business. The task, he says, is complicated because in this highly competitive market truly dependable information is hard to come by.
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