Hardware, software, and services all come into play in law offices to create, duplicate, and transfer information in support of the business and practice of law. The category encompasses computers, copiers, faxes, printers, servers, and the programs to conduct daily work, including accounting and word processing.
...All three are provocative speakers, and the trio was in high gear Wednesday at an entertaining and innovative program that included panels with speakers...
...Newly formed small to midsize law firms in need of office space might look to PivotDesk...
...146;s billing system, and is compatible with Elite Enterprise, Aderant, Total Office, LexisNexis, Amicus Attorney, and others. The company says that iTimeKeep encourages contemporaneous...
Orion Law Management Systems has announced a new integration between its collection module and PayPros Legal to allow Orion customers to accept credit card payments from clients
Tampa, Fla.-based Accusoft upgraded its JPEG photo file reduction service to integrate with cloud-based file storage service Dropbox
...FileSite, client software that gives users access to WorkSite from within Microsoft Office and Outlook. The WorkSite Explorer Command Line Utility (WSEXPCL) can now export...
The new Lexis Practice Advisor module for mergers and acquisitions helps practice groups complete transactions faster and more efficiently. The new Mergers & Acquisitions module debuts Market Tracker
InMage Systems Inc. announced the launch of version 7 of Scout, its enterprise backup and disaster recovery software for physical and virtual servers running in Windows, Linux, and Unix environments
Suffolk University Law School launches a new technology institute, and Google chooses professor Andrew Perlman to test drive Google Glass the futuristic specs outfitted with a small computer sc
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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