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
Keep an eye on VDO360 — it took the Best Startup Company award at the Interop Conference for its new USB high-definition video camera
The Interop event at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas from May 6 to 10 has much to offer law firms and other legal organizations. The event includes five days of training and education
Mobile device security and the risks to confidential data fall into four key categories for law firms, states Steve Fletcher, CIO of Parker Poe: One is an accident; the others are criminal
After years of BlackBerry dominance, firmsnow embrace Apple and Android devices
"Bring Your Own Device" is quickly becoming a strong buzzword in the legal technology community. In 2011 the legal profession was beginning to adapt to the demands of lawyers who insisted on bringing
LegalTech West Coast got off to a strong start Tuesday with an overflow crowd at the keynote address on the demise of Lehman Brothers and an 'iLove for the iPad' panel, writes LTN's Monica Bay
...in order to adopt this best practice architecure approach, companies are addressing MDM - Master Data Management - first
...friend. Companies like Wachovia are preparing for Basel II by pursuing an MDM strategy that unites disparate data in its four core divisions
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