On the move
Mobile working is essential for any business in today's global environment, but the key is to find the right technology for you and then to implement it correctly, writes Simon Bennett
Remote and mobile working is not a new phenomenon, but it is an increasing one within the legal profession. Look around any gathering of lawyers and you will see a huge profusion of laptop computers, mobile phones and PDAs. In our industry, time is literally money and we rely on up to date, accurate information in order to carry out billable work effectively. With all this wireless technology at our fingertips, surely we should be more productive, with much less down time and an increasing amount of fee earning time in our day?
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