One of the first industries to ride the mobile email wave was the legal sector. Busy, often travelling and with a constant influx of calls and emails to manage, lawyers soon recognised that pocket-sized mobile devices were the ideal tools to remain connected to clients and colleagues and manage hectic diaries while out of the office. Access to email on the go is often credited with improving client service, greater efficiency and increased productivity. We are now witnessing a quiet revolution in the way its technology is being utilised by law firms.
With smartphones, capable of digital dictation, document management and time recording, flooding the legal profession, Rory O’Neill discusses what the next generation of technology will bring to the profession
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