Managed services provider and legal sector specialist e-know.net has announced the signing of Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors for a five year contract.
Today developer New Day at Work announced several integrations for law firms in their browser-based platform for work, Workspace 365. By integrating and simplifying services Workspace 365 wants to help lawyers to save time since they can access all their applications and information from a single starting point in their browser.
VESK Limited is pleased to announce the creation of ‘VESK for Legal’, a company that will specialise in the delivery of cloud based IT services to the legal sector. VESK currently delivers a world-class, highly scalable, reliable and secure cloud IT infrastructure, allowing businesses to configure and run any applications of choice, accessible from any location using any type of device.
Rocket Matter, the pioneering cloud-based legal software company, today announces Rocket Matter Intake, an easy-to-use online client intake form product which integrates with the company’s flagship solution. By connecting a law firm’s website to Rocket Matter’s practice management and time and billing software, Rocket Matter Intake enables full client lifecycle management from start to finish.
Law firms and Chambers based in central London, using Advanced Legal’s (Advanced) hosted platform were able to continue working despite the disruption caused by an underground fire, which broke out in the Holborn area last week. The fire saw more than 5,000 people evacuated from the area and the cost of disruption to businesses is predicted to exceed £40 million.
Rocket Matter, the leading cloud-based law practice management company, won a Bronze Stevie® Award for Front-Line Customer Service Team of the Year in the ninth annual Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. The individual category was technology companies with fewer than 100 employees.
Clio, the most comprehensive cloud-based practice management platform for the legal industry, today announced the introduction of a Google Chrome for customers in the EU. The plug-in allows Clio users to file emails directly into a related matter in Clio, start a timer, and add Clio tasks, all from within their Gmail account.
In July, the American Bar Association released the 2014 Legal Technology Survey Report. Included in the results was an interesting break down of lawyers’ and law firms’ use of cloud computing in 2014. The survey results showed that while the use of cloud computing had essentially stabilized since 2013, overall familiarity with the concept of cloud computing increased as did the willingness of lawyers and firms already using it to continue to do so.
Let’s start with the overall use of cloud computing. According to the report, the overall use of cloud computing didn’t change much from last year, with 33.3% of lawyers reporting that they used cloud computing for law-related purposes.
It's a given that a law practice will not thrive, or even survive, if it doesn't set an impeccable standard for client confidentiality. In today's technology-driven world, however, the process of managing and securing that crucial, private information has never been more complicated. While having access to multiple modes of communication offers flexibility, the tradeoff is often the risk of lost information or unauthorized access.
How, then, can you guarantee that your clients' information remains easily manageable - and for your firm's eyes only?
Clio, the leading cloud-based practice management solution, and Fujitsu, the market leader in document imaging scanners, have teamed up to offer a wireless scanning solution built into Clio’s award-winning iOS application.
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