...to get the iPad 4). So for this month's "12 on 12," here's a dozen compliments and complaints about...
...better excuse for a quick distraction. Law Technology News asked 12 tech-savvy legal professionals, all members of our Editorial Advisory Board, what...
Flaherty is recognized as a legal technology innovator by developing a technology competency audit for lawyers in general, and prospective Kia outside counsel in particular
Yes, if integration with Outlook and document management systems is key
Is Microsoft's Surface Pro a game changer? Does integration with the Office suite and easy security tools give Microsoft the edge over Apple in the tablet wars
...of most Wi-Fi networks. Verizon claimed download speeds of 5 to 12 megabits per second, but in testing we saw speeds that surpassed 20...
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
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