Like many software developers, Mark Gerow, director of application development and business process at Fenwick & West, looks for the easiest way to move data and complex computational logic to Micros
Mark Gerow, director of applications and business processes at Fenwick & West, describes a method for presenting temporal data from disparate sources such as SharePoint, SQL Server, XML, web services
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How to create ethical walls in SharePoint that prevent, or allow, lawyer access to confidential files
Ethical walls between client data and attorneys to comply with professional rules should be exclusionary, keeping certain individuals out but allowing all others. Fenwick & West's Mark Gerow supplies
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A controversy has been brewing in law firms as more documents find their way into Microsoft SharePoint's SQL Server: Is SharePoint a viable replacement for a DMS? Mark Gerow, of Fenwick & West, discu
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