Gleneagles Preview: Lawfirm CIOs
Law firm CIOs may often believe they have little in common with their counterparts elsewhere in the business, but Gerard Neiditsch finds that they are often working towards the same goal.
What might be on the minds of chief information officers (CIOs) in major law firms on the rare occasions they meet? Interestingly they often realise that they are working in similar ways on similar projects. Top among them would be the need to consolidate hardware and software in the firms they represent, the challenge of finding solutions to a situation where filing of electronic material is veering out of control and the pressures of working in a not-so-rosy economy.
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