In contrast to the frenzy over smartphones and tablets in 2011, smaller advances in infrastructure and application upgrades and bug fixes set the stage for the 2012 Associate Tech Survey by The Ameri
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
LegalTech New York's Exhibit Hall will be packed with exhibitors demonstrating new products and services. LTN Technology Editor Sean Doherty highlights, among others, Index Engines Octane and iConect
...monitor. Three secondary computers: HP Compaq 8710w with Dell 2007FP monitor; IBM ThinkPad T60p; and Dell Dimension 4700 with Dell 1901FP monitor. Windows XP...
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...I installed GoodSync (version 7-5-6) on my trusty IBM Thinkpad X24 without incident. It required 2.7 megabytes of hard disk...
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