Two stories this morning, starting with the Veyo conveyancing portal which today commences its roll-out across England and Wales. This is the joint venture between the Law Society and Mastek (UK) Ltd. Then, over to Intapp who just announced that Shepherd + Wedderburn LLP has selected Intapp Open and Intapp Flow to increase visibility across firm-wide software systems and business processes.
Just in time for the holiday weekend and the start of the summer… here’s a handy new – and unusual – travel guide to part of Yorkshire. By Insider editor Charles Christian, it looks at the area known as the Yorkshire Wolds and, for the first time, all the strange and mysterious events that have taken place there are pulled together to reveal to the world the secrets of the Wold Newton Triangle – where fact is even weirder than fiction.
Prosperoware just announced that it has extended its Zone Mail product offering to include support for Android devices as well as the iPhone and iPad. Prosperoware delivers innovative technology that connects the practice and business of professional services. The company’s software products empower lawyers and other professionals to transform their business from a traditional service model to a more client-focused approach through process improvement.
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The latest – May 2015 – issue of the Legal IT Insider – along with all the regulars, we take a look at Philips’ insanely great idea for digital dictation in the cloud + we review some of the Inside Legal IT highlights + we have an update on who is winning the timekeeping systems war + we have some quite interesting facts. Next issue out on 24 June.
BigHand’s iPad application BigHand Go was just voted the Best Business Mobile App at the The Inquirer Tech Hero 2015 Awards. The Tech Hero Awards celebrate innovation and outstanding achievements in the technology sector and this year received hundreds of applications which were then shortlisted and put to a public vote. Winners were announced in an awards ceremony in London last night (19th of May).
Bloomberg BNA just announced the launch of Bloomberg Law: Corporate Transactions, a new web-based product that includes a patented technology-driven drafting workflow tool, analytics powered by Bloomberg’s proprietary financial databases, the industry’s most trusted set of news publications, and a deep set of primary resources, secondary materials and practical guidance. This new offering instantly allows corporate lawyers to know what deal terms are “market standard.”
Dentons is to invest in and test new technology from around the world under a newly-launched company called NextLaw Labs. NextLaw Labs, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dentons, will focus on developing and investing in new products, services and fledgling technology companies, with the ambitious goal to “transform the practice of law.”
When a firm is setting up or closing down offices, or perhaps merging with another, it is vital to identify and address risks to IT systems and data, so that full control of networks and access points can be maintained. Law firms have an ever-increasing dependence on IT and digital connectivity and most rely on uninterrupted access to their case management and time recording solutions.
Today is Tom Midgley Day, celebrating the 126th anniversary of the birth of Thomas Midgley Jnr, the American engineer and chemist, on 18th May 1889. Who Tom Midgley you ask? He is the man who, despite always having the best intentions, unwittingly unleashed two major health hazards on an unsuspecting world.
The South West’s largest family law company has replaced its incumbent IT system with SOS Connect from Solicitors Own Software (SOS) as it embarks on a new phase of growth. The Family Law Company has 75 people based in Plymouth and Exeter and operates across the full range of family law disciplines, taking in both private and Legal Aid work.
Due to an internal re-organisation, we are looking for a Software Support Analyst to join our support team. The successful candidate will help with providing 1st-line telephone, remote & email support to our clients. He/she […]
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