Aug. 14 to Aug. 20 news briefs from Ad Hoc Labs, DW Legal, Encryptics, Epiq Systems, OrcaTec, Ready Reference Apps, Servient, and Snom Technology
...developer of IP desktop phones and communications systems, introduced a mini IP/PBX. Snom designed the new system, dubbed the One Mini, as a small...
Goldberg Segalla's John Jablonski writes that as law firms accept the consumerization of mobile devices, they face vexing challenges to protect confidential data
A real shift in technology design and use should ease the minds of those in the legal field once hesitant to embrace overly complex products and services. Solo practitioner Roman R. Fichman looks at
As an increasing percentage of homeless youth have access to technology like smartphones and e-mail, courts and policy need to evolve, writes commentator Randall Harris, of L.A. County Counsel. The c
...www.skype.com) combined with a software-based PBX, PrettyMay Call Center for Skype (...
At Kimmel & Silverman, the IT team implemented a Voice over Internet Protocol solution. With an enterprise-hosted VoIP provider, the firm has added new capabilities and reduced the operating costs of
...phone. How? The software securely connects the PDA to your telephony system (PBX). We decided to go for it. With a low entry...
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