Welcome to the second episode in our new video series Talking Tech with Charles Christian. The theme for this series is Time Recording/Time Capture Technology for Law Firms and this week we are talking to Phil Wedgwood, the CEO of Rekoop. In subsequent episodes we’ll also be hearing from Bellefield, LexisNexis and Intapp. This video runs for just under 14 minutes however the platform we are using 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 sections you want to view again.
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I can’t get enough of Social Media. I’ll admit it. There aren’t enough free slots in my day to tap into the ether of other people’s business and snoop their news, work gripes and media opinions and whilst all the platforms offer “engagement” of varying intensities and worth, they respectively suit some demographics as well being totally inappropriate for others.
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In her second report today, associate editor Caroline Hill looks at the new website Lawtendr, which launched earlier this week. This is the latest venture hoping to become the new eBay for lawyers across the US, Canada, Australia and UK.
In the first of two stories today by associate editor Caroline Hill, the Insider looks at some of the “New Law” new business models being explored by US legal start-ups that are combining the latest in legal technology platforms with social media business models, including crowdfunding.
Taking third party litigation funding to an entirely different level, newly-launched US website LexShares will now enable commercial litigants to fund their cases via online ‘crowdfunding’ investment.
myBarrister, the UK’s largest direct access online portal that matches clients directly with barristers to resolve their legal problems, this week became the first direct access online portal to launch a dedicated app with the launch of the myBarrister app on both the Apple and Android platforms. The app can be accessed via the myBarrister website on the following link: www.mybarrister.co.uk/content/mobile-apps. Initially, the app will enable users to search and select the most appropriate barrister for their legal issue, will allow myBarrister to communicate with barrister members and publish industry news that they will find useful onto their mobile phone, tablet or other mobile device.
In 1998 I discovered a skunk works project in the organisation I was working for. It was a project to take instant messaging to the next level and provide a platform for collaboration in a global organisation of nearly 40,000 people. I, although not alone, allowed it to continue and it was hugely successful and was eventually spun out as a start-up during the dotcom boom. Ultimately it was bought by a major software company. That was the first time I got used to using the word “collaboration” to describe the purpose of a software system. I’ve used many IM systems since and this was still the best I’ve ever come across.
Not the Ghost of Christmas Past but the Ghost of Tweetmas Past. Yes, here’s a new horror to give the social media and ediscovery worlds a few sleepless nights: Twitter has just announced that it is building an index that will make it possible to search for EVERY tweet ever published since Twitter first went live in 2006. That’s going to be several hundred billion tweets.
Dear SharePoint lovers, We would like to invite you to our first official “SharePoint User Forum” meeting to get to know members of the group with a focus on discussing issues, ideas and advice for […]