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
Am Law 100 firms in New York and elsewhere are doing what they need to this week to support corporate, real estate, tax, and trusts and estates lawyers working overtime in an effort to squeeze in big
Among lawyers, the once-unbeatable BlackBerry is losing out to new rivals such as the iPhone and Android, according to writer Alan Cohen, and law firm CIOs are supporting its fall from grace
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Security concerns take center stage in The American Lawyer's annual technology survey
Focus has shifted from dollars to data: Namely, how do firms make information accessible to lawyers — the longtime goal of knowledge management — without making it too accessible
With the proliferation of cloud computing and mobile tools, BigLaw focuses on security
In The American Lawyer's 16th annual law firm technology survey, freelance writer Alan Cohen observes, the top focus has shifted from dollars to data
It's been a while since the dominant theme in Legal affiliate The American Lawyer's annual law firm technology survey wasn't the economy
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