Modifying, storing and transmitting information takes into consideration many elements of information technology in the legal industry, as elsewhere. Topics include Web 2.0 technology, records management, data backup, content management systems, databases, archiving, wikis, disk-to-disk transfer, extranets, data hosting, wide-area networks (WAN), local-area networks (LAN), internet protocol (IP), internet service providers (ISP), transmission control protocol (TCP), wireless networking, routers, SSD (Solid State Disk), and more.
The Daily Report
...Technology Association conference, collaboration and content delivery stood out in the...Good Technology Inc., and document storage apps. These provide secure remote...
Deprecated The American Lawyer
...s IT department received numerous requests from attorneys and staff to display content from our intranet onto our extranet. Providing this content on the extranet...
...views. You do, however, have the option to save the library's content along with its definition by simply checking a box. To...
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