Keeping up with mobile technology is a priority for law firms, but how IT-literate is the average lawyer? And is the technology available really a help or a hindrance? Charlie Wright reports on the findings of a Legal Week/ Microsoft mobile working survey
For better or worse, we live in an era of non-stop communication. Via telephone, e-mail, pager or semaphore, it is now rarely the case that, friend or relative, client or partner, genuinely cannot be reached.
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