Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Inevitability of Cloud Computing in Law Firms

Cloud computing has been a buzzword for a number of years, but when it comes to law firm use, it’s still mostly just a buzzword.  That may be about to change.  The recently released Legal IT Professionals 2012 Global Cloud Survey … Continue reading

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What Impact Will Newsweek Going Digital Only Have on Law Firms?

At first blush, the recent announcement by Newsweek that it was going digital only seemed both groundbreaking and possibly foolhardy. This change, while not the first of its kind–in 2010 U.S. News and World Report went digital only–will certainly not … Continue reading

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Is Legal Research in Print on the Verge of Extinction?

When I announced to a group of friends that I was going to pursue a library science degree, I distinctly remember one of my friends asking, “Why would you do that? Don’t you know libraries won’t be around much longer?” … Continue reading

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Considering Cloud Computing in the Wake of Sandy?

Keeping business moving in the wake of a disaster like Hurricane Sandy is on the minds of many firms right now.  Not surprisingly, law firm clients may take notice of firms that have noticeable levels of business interruption from compared … Continue reading

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Cool Law Firm Developed Apps and Their Myriad Uses

The huge growth in use of mobile devices is rapidly fueling app development, and many law firms are jumping on the app bandwagon. Currently, many law firm apps are marketing focused – that is, the purpose is to reach existing … Continue reading

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