Olocode today announced the release of Olocode Plus, a free app for iOS that makes contact sharing even easier on the go. Saving people from re-typing business cards themselves, Olocode Plus gives users the ability to take a photo of any card, have it typed out for them and added directly to an address book within minutes. Olocode is a free service linking contact details to a memorable six-character code that makes it easy to share. The code can be printed on a business card, shared in-person or included in an email signature. Olocode users can identify “followers,” including non-registered users, who will receive automatic emails whenever their contact details change.
Here’s a picture doing the rounds that will bring a smile to anyone working in tech support…
Liverpool-based law firm, Bartletts Solicitors, is implementing the Proclaim Case Management Software solution from Eclipse Legal Systems. Established in 1860, Bartletts Solicitors employs over 60 staff at 8 offices across the North West region. Boasting a nationwide reputation for providing trusted legal assistance and superb client care, the firm provides a full range of legal services to both corporate and private clients. To further strengthen this position, and as part of a strategy to continually invest in the latest technologies, Bartletts Solicitors has implemented Proclaim throughout its Personal Injury team.
With a growing number of UK law firms choosing to outsource some aspect of their business processes, in the pursuit of greater efficiency, it is boom time for the large global transcription and secretarial service industry. Whether it’s just general legal transcription of digital sound files, letters, reports and memos, or transcription of voice recording of interviews, conferences and consultations, is there really a difference in the service provided by UK-based service providers and their counterparts overseas. Solicitor Maxine Park, co-founder of digital dictation, transcription and support services provider DictateNow explains why the service overseas isn’t necessarily as good as it paints itself: “When we discuss our service, with law firms in particular, there are five common myths that re-occur when comparisons are made between the service we deliver and that offered by overseas service providers.
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Yes, we know this has been a bit like Bob Dylan’s Never Ending Tour but time now for our final submission to the 2014 Legal Industry Video Awards – number #54 – with an educational piece from Andrew Haslam and The Legal Review on What is eDisclosure? This video uses a new platform that combines video with PowerPoint-type slides and has a DvD-like menu system so you can easily locate and jump between individual ‘chapters’ rather than have to fast-forward/rewind to find the bits you want to view again. For this reason, rather than a straight embed of the video within the site, we are using a pop-up.
Two new legal sector apps for you today – a new IOS app version the Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law plus a new iPad edition of the Rocket Matters practice management system.
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Having long placed technology at the forefront of its growth ambitions Keystone Law has this month (October) hired Fieldfisher’s head of IT Maurice Tunney (pictured). At fast-growing Keystone, which operates a dispersed model under which lawyers work from home and are paid on a performance-based remuneration structure, Tunney will oversee ongoing investment into the technology that underpins Keystone’s ability to work collaboratively.
Timing is everything as HP announces it will be launching its DropBox alternative Link Site (which will be based in the UK) in November the same week as a major DropBox security scare emerges. According to HP WorkSite head honcho Neil Araujo “LinkSite is the first solution to bring together the best features of a consumer file-sharing solution with the security and governance of an enterprise-grade content management system. This is a huge step forward for businesses; it allows them to maintain control of and apply policy to documents while supporting flexible and intuitive collaboration with customers and partners.”