Law Technology News wishes you and your families a safe, happy holiday season. As we look forward to the new year, we are reprising some of the best stories of 2013. This year, we introduced several
Document management is commonplace among law firms, but the task has undergone a fairly dynamic evolution over the past few years. Nuance Communications has played a key role in that evolution
Apple closed two big deals and raked in a ton of cash this week. Amazon's delivery drones set off privacy alarm bells. Is Microsoft preparing the first smart bra
Data security has become a top concern for CIOs
...to-browse magazine format. Another app called Scribd allows readers to read PDFs—without having to scroll and zoom every five seconds. Both apps...
...button "Find More Like This" function. • Downloadable PDFs. • Mobile friendly web interface for smartphones and table computers...
The American Lawyer's 18th annual survey of law firm technology finds data security has become a top concern for law firm technology chiefs
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
... ContentCrawler examines image-based documents and converts them to searchable PDFs, making them available to search technologies for indexing. New features include faster...
...as public advocate. De Blasio unveiled a letter...
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