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Ediscovery Korea: New book explains all you need to know about ediscovery (in Korean)


Catalyst Repository Systems just announced that the head of its South Korea office, Youngsoo Park, is the co-author with Jeongho Yoo of a just-published Korean-language book about e-discovery for business leaders. The book What Every Business Person Should Know about eDiscovery, provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of e-discovery.

Added by Charles Christian on the 16th Apr 2014 at 7:41 pm No comments

Have we got apps for you…


Here’s our latest round-up of legal, ediscovery and legal IT sector apps. We’ve got paperless depositions from eDepoze + mobile DMS from Worldox + conveyancing from Red Rain in Australia + employment & benefits law from Mayer Brown + a UK guide to legal places from LexisNexis + Android time recording from Smart WebParts

Added by Charles Christian on the 16th Apr 2014 at 3:55 pm No comments

Case Study: Playing IT Safe with Simple, Reliable Backup


QUICK FACTS Protected platforms –VMware esxi 5.1, Windows 2008 R2 Exchange 2010, SQL Server 2005, progress database Data Protected – client files and confidential information Competitors – Veeam, NetApp Challenges – Multiple geographical locations, incumbent […]

Added by Charles Christian on the 16th Apr 2014 at 12:03 pm No comments

Developer & Data Migration Consultant (C# , SQL) – Nottingham, Salary Negotiable


Our client develops applications for the professional services sector and are looking for a Migration Consultant who will be responsible for helping customers migrate their data from their existing legacy system to the new application […]

Added by Job Form on the 16th Apr 2014 at 11:52 am No comments

Messaging Administrator, Law Firm, London, to £50k + Benefits


Our client is a Global Law Firm who is looking to recruit a Messaging Administrator to work at their London offices. The Messaging Administrator will possess advanced knowledge and proven experience of working within an […]

Added by Job Form on the 16th Apr 2014 at 10:58 am No comments

Legal Industry Video Awards – Entry #15: It’s Okay, I’ve got Lawdingo


Here’s our 15th submission to the Legal Industry Video Awards. This has been entered by Lawdingo to exlain the company’s goal of making it more convenient and affordable for users to connect with a lawyer. Users can search the site and browse profiles based on a lawyer’s location and expertise, then schedule an appointment or talk to them right then. Lawdingo can instantly connect users with a relevant lawyer by phone.

Added by Charles Christian on the 15th Apr 2014 at 3:17 pm No comments

Work now started on April Legal IT Insider newsletter – here are your deadlines


Work has now started on the April issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter (no #272) which will be published Tuesday 29 April. The deadline for all advertising and editorial content is close of business Thursday 24 April. Thank you!

Added by Charles Christian on the 15th Apr 2014 at 10:08 am No comments

More bad news for the Law Society – the future is cloudy (with no chance of meatballs)


More bad news for The Law Society of England & Wales as this time their warnings about the risks of lawful interception by intelligence agencies if they use Cloud services comes under fire.

Added by Charles Christian on the 15th Apr 2014 at 9:42 am No comments

Software Engineer, Legal Technology Provider, North West England.


An industry leading software provider is currently seeking a highly skilled Software Engineer to join their team in Cheshire. The organisation provide an innovative and progressive environment for individuals wishing to work within an Agile […]

Added by Job Form on the 14th Apr 2014 at 2:51 pm No comments

LSSA says Law Society preferred IT supplier scheme “not in the best interests of the legal profession”


The ongoing row between the Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA) and The Law Society of England & Wales over the Law Society’s proposed Preferred IT supplier scheme has taken a turn for the worst with LSSA sending an open letter to the Law Society saying the scheme “is not in the best interests of the Profession”. In addition, LSSA member companies have decided not take part in the tendering process.

Added by Charles Christian on the 14th Apr 2014 at 8:58 am No comments

There can be only one: Intapp consolidates risk sector with Frayman acquisition


Intapp this morning announced the acquisition of The Frayman Group (TFG), a company offering risk management software for law firms. With this move, Intapp further extends its position as the leading provider of risk management software for the legal industry, offering broadly adopted products that streamline new business intake, conflicts management, information security and professional compliance.

Added by Charles Christian on the 14th Apr 2014 at 8:00 am 2 comments

Start the Week with new deals for Rekoop and Lexis One


Two major UK deals to report this morning – and both indicate the companies involved – Rekoop and Lexis NexisTime Enterprise Solutions are heading in the right direction. Last month Rekop said they had more major deals in the pipeline – and they have, while Lexis has spent the last couple of years saying its new PMS would be a killer application.

Added by Charles Christian on the 14th Apr 2014 at 8:00 am No comments

Advice: the Heartbleed Bug and HP Autonomy Worksite


Here’s some useful advice from Phoenix Business Solutions about The Heartbleed Bug and the vulnerability it causes. In addition to the numerous public websites affected, many systems and services that rely on the same technology may be affected in particular, the latest version of HP Autonomy WorkSite, when used with the WorkSite Anywhere feature, is potentially vulnerable. If you use WorkSite 9 or will be upgrading to it, HP has promptly released the following guidance notes for how to secure your environment.

Added by Charles Christian on the 13th Apr 2014 at 8:24 pm No comments

Technical Project Manager, Legal IT Services Provider, London circa £40-£50k


Our client is a leading provider of IT Software and Infrastructure services that specialise in hosted services, cloud computing, managed IT support and 24/7 service desk. The services of the company are provided to the […]

Added by Job Form on the 13th Apr 2014 at 8:07 pm No comments

Garnish says “It’s my birthday so I’m getting on my bike”


Mark Garnish, the Development Director at Tikit, is celebrating two birthdays this year – the first is serving 30 years, man and boy, before the mast on the Goodship Technology for Business now TFB now Tikit now BT Tikit. And the second is a “significant” chronological birthday later this year. He adds that “to prove that there is some life left in me I am cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats with a couple of friends.

Added by Charles Christian on the 11th Apr 2014 at 11:02 am 1 comment
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