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Business travel isn't always fun, and the pleasure quotient certainly doesn't rise along with the number of gadgets that must be lugged through airports and hotels
Other e-discovery companies have embraced the iPad and tablets, but that typically means squeezing a desktop browsing experience into a smaller screen. Logikcull has completely restructured its softw
...with the internal Intel SSD 320 Series 2.5-inch drive (160 GB) that shipped with my system, which required 425 megabytes of free...
...Legal & Professional announced last160;Monday the upgrade of its...that Evolution can import 350 GB load files in 24 hours...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...Concordance at LexisNexis, which is160;headquartered in New York City...that Evolution can import 350 GB load files in 24 hours...
LegalTech New York had plenty of new products as well as enhancements to existing products. Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor, takes a look at what's new from the legal technology show
...had double the column length to write about all that is happening.160;Fortunately for the legal profession, this is one of those other times...
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