Survey: The rise of the digital dictators
If one follows the old saying that the best inventions are the simplest ones, digital dictation would seem to be the current favourite. Des Cahill the results of the recent Legal IT/Philips survey
It is sometimes easy to think of IT investment decisions as all being either expensive upgrades of existing hardware and software or even more expensive roll-outs of new equipment. As an example of the old saying that the best inventions are the simplest ones, digital dictation would seem to be the current favourite.
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