The southeast exhibit hall at the ABA Techshow in the Hilton Chicago was more densely packed with vendors than the southwest hall. Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor, was not able to get through i
...is compatible only with special Windows RT apps downloaded from Microsoft's online app store. Given my experience with the current model, I'm...
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
The legal technology community predicts unexpected trends for 2013, including changes in e-discovery, cloud computing, and information governance. [MORE
...imaging software. Cloud-based Prizm Capture is designed to work with QuickBooks Online to extract data from paper invoices and post the results to QuickBooks...
October 16 to 31 news briefs from Adobe, Baker & McKenzie, Biscom, Daegis, Datacert, dtSearch, FindLaw, FTI Consulting, Globanet, Huron Legal, iConect, iEnvision, Index Engines, ISO, K2 Intelligence,
...reports closures in New York and the district. "We have increased Citrix capabilities to enable more people to work from home should they need...
July 24 to 30 news briefs from Epson America, Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard Development, LDMonline, Newer Technology, Thomson Reuters, and triCerat
The legal industry redefines workspace with the explosion of secure mobile devices and safe cloud computing
...data, applications, and email to a web portal using virtualization software from Citrix, Microsoft, and VMware. And according to Partner Craig Weber, it does not...
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