...the Cube printer for $1,300. The retailer also has said it...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
After LegalTech New York, two perfect tech days in San Francisco and Silicon Valley
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...Attenex Document Mapper, which combines content analytics with a powerful user interface; Cubes technology, which identifies important documents, custodians, and time frames associated with keywords...
...metrics cube, Bennitt noted. Other proposed code series include X100, for...
Consultant Rees Morrison demonstrates how graphical plots and insightful statistics improve our understanding of tabular data to better understand compensation for general counsel
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The legal industry redefines workspace with the explosion of secure mobile devices and safe cloud computing
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