...a tool for researchers to create collections of documents. Think of an Evernote for scientists, enabling them to tag documents and share their collections with...
Privacy and fashion concerns aside, Google's wearable display promises to be a top productivity tool for lawyers
Google is back with the second generation Nexus 7, and the hit is now a home run. To put it simply, this is the best seven-inch Android tablet on the market today
Right on Cue: What Apple's acquisition of personal assistance app means for lawyers. Apple reportedly has purchased personal assistance app Cue in a move that could give Siri and iOS 7 a boost in its
American Association of Law Librarians has found its voice, and shouts about its value to legal shops
...39;s iCloud, Microsoft's SkyDrive, SugarSync Inc., SalesForce.com, and Evernote Corp. all offer similar services. For companies worried about maintaining...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...Organizer version 5, CardMinder version 5, ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap 5, and Evernote for Windows 4.5. It also had ABBYY FineReader for ScanScap 5...
With nearly one-fourth of respondents saying their legal department had no formal security policy for mobile devices, Corporate Counsel's annual in-house technology survey raises potential red flags
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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