Law practice, legal marketing, & legal technology.
Do lawyers necessarily need to use the latest and greatest technology toys in their law practices and will doing so necessarily make them better lawyers? Of course not. But, exploring the possibilities offered by new technologies isn't a bad thing--it's a positive step that can help lawyers improve client service.
For lawyers, maintaining client confidentiality is paramount. As such, lawyers have always had an obligation to take reasonable steps to ensure that confidential client data remains secure. The good news is that lawyers today have more choices than ever when it comes to secure communication and collaboration with their clients, including docTrackr, a cloud-based service […]
The current, client-server system is wasteful, inefficient, and expensive. It is no surprise that, especially in the current economy, many companies are seeking a more flexible, affordable computing alternative—one that can easily expand with their business.
Clients don’t have any input regarding your hiring decisions, your selection of office supplies, or your choices regarding long term paper document and file storage. So why should your clients have any say in the legal software programs you choose to use?
This post compares the benefits and drawbacks of lawyers using general cloud-based software programs versus law practice specific
5 useful web-based tools and apps to help blogging lawyers locate, create, share and track their blog posts.
Lawyers seeking to use cloud computing in their law practices must research their cloud provider's relationship with the facility housing the cloud servers
Any.DO is a versatile, user-friendly, web-based task management app that makes it easy to keep track of "to dos."
Deciding what types of data to store in the cloud when moving your law firm to a cloud-based law practice management system.