Talking Tech & Videos
Charles Christian talks to Karl Irons, the managing director of HEY Solicitors on how technology drives the business. This 15 minute video was produced in conjunction with DPS Software Ltd.
In this 25 minute podcast, Ryan McClead, Stuart Barr and Ben Wightwick of HighQ and Ron Friedmann of Fireman & Company and Prism Legal discuss the concept of SmartLaw – the convergence of culture, clients and technology – and how it can help law firms ‘survive the future of law.’ In a law firm where technologists aren’t typically invited to speak to clients, how can they persuade management of the value they can provide working directly for clients?
InfoTrack offers Regulated Local Authority Searches, which provide a reliable, fast and cost effective alternative to Official Local Authority searches for conveyancers. Watch this short video to see how InfoTrack can change the way you work.
InfoTrack provides a platform where you can complete all your conveyancing tasks including Land Registry Searches, Conveyancing Searches, SDLT Submissions, AP1 Transfers and more. Watch this short video to see how InfoTrack can change the way you work…
DW Reporting has just published its first video – it highlights the features of Evaluate – a matter pricing, budgeting and tracking solution for legal and professional service organisations.
Get out the popcorn, if you are interested in the Intapp suite of applications, check out this video shot at their recent global user conference. The video runs for about 35 minutes and each of the “players” have their own thematic entrance music – OK, dim the lights…
The ideal length of your video is shorter than you think. In the digital age, with shorter attention spans, research shows that 20% of people will switch a video off after 10 seconds if it doesn’t engage them. After a minute 45% of your remaining viewers will have stopped watching and 60% after two minutes. The ideal length for a corporate video is between 30 and 90 seconds, so aim for 60 seconds and deliver your key message early!
Andy Tipton, Product Developer at Appurity Connect, considers the implications of cloud technology within the legal profession. How can law firms maintain compliance and productivity when they’re working in the cloud?
US-based legal tech startup entrepreneur Mary Juetten talks to Irish barrister and legal tech startup entrepreneur Orlagh Kelly about the importance of keeping things simple.
We’ll be back in 2016 with more of our legal industry video reviews however here’s a neat little video from North London based law firm Darlingtons Solicitors – although it makes many of the claims we are all familiar with in law firm promo videos – great team, great skills, great growth etc – it is the first we’ve seen that says that above all our success is due to having happy and loyal clients!
We have a new video interview to ease you into the weekend featuring Nathan Hayes, IT Director of Osborne Clarke, discussing how innovation is enabling client success at the firm. The video is part of the Intapp: In Conversation series with law firm leaders.
Dallas-based Workflow Studios – who specialise in migrating businesses to the Cloud – have just put together a collection of movie clips to illustrate some of the ways migrating to the cloud can make work easier and more efficient and potentially help you take over the world! The movies include Enemy of the State, Captain America, Weird Science, and Star Wars.
NetDocuments has just announced a trio of new cloud-based document management deals to coincide with the upcoming ILTA show. The three are… Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz- an OpenText swapout. Davis Wright Tremaine LLP – an iManage swapout, and Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney – an OpenText and iManage swapout.
UK law firm Stewarts Law and how it is using Nuance eCopy ShareScan & PDF Pro Office to increase productivity.
When Chris White, Global CIO (chief information officer) of Clyde & Co joined the top 20 UK firm two years ago, he had to make a business case for greater investment in technology and set up a global technology board to increase the levels of engagement from within the business. The firm now has a larger IT budget, senior leaders from within the firm who act as technology ambassadors, and a global strategy. Here, in this episode of Talking Tech, White tells associate editor Caroline Hill how he has achieved that at the same time as cutting IT costs.