Management: Evaluating IT risk
In order to integrate technology in the most efficient and creative way possible, law firms are going to have to start adapting long-held working practices, says Sam Suri
The next five years will see a significant change in the way firms adapt their IT strategy. To date, the impact of IT on legal services has been somewhat limited to document management (DM) and discreet tools that enable lawyers to run their practice in the same old way, but with incrementally greater efficiency. In the future, the more advanced firms will also adapt traditional and long established working practices to allow IT value and functionality to be maximised.
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