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
Right on Cue: What Apple's acquisition of personal assistance app means for lawyers. Apple reportedly has purchased personal assistance app Cue in a move that could give Siri and iOS 7 a boost in its
With nearly one-fourth of respondents saying their legal department had no formal security policy for mobile devices, Corporate Counsel's annual in-house technology survey raises potential red flags
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
It's been a little more than a year since LexisNexis parted ways with Applied Discovery, a high-end document review platform they acquired in 2003. Concordance Evolution capably fills the void, says
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Catalyst Repository Systems boasts that its Insight hosted discovery technology "delivers lightning-fast search and stunning visual analytics." Consultant Brett Burney takes a close look and
Consultant Brett Burney reviewed Avantstar's Quick View Plus 12 Professional and found the file viewer to be a fast and efficient method to view the content of multiple file types and an inexpensive
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