IT: The way to communicate
E-mail has become the favoured method of communication among the UK's top lawyers, but there is still much work to do if it is to become the reliable and accessible service that businesses need. Des Cahill reports
E-mail has taken over as the primary source of business communication among UK heads of legal, according to a snapshot survey looking at the personal use of technology among general counsel in the UK’s top companies.
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