Each week I plan to share my "Top 3" preferences of Legal/Technology articles. For the week of Jan 7-11, my curated list is seen below.
"As a legal professional, it’s important to keep tabs on new tech investments that could make your workflow more efficient, meet client needs and position your law practice as being well-positioned for the future. However, are the premises so full of outdated tech that it seems impossible to invest in anything new?"
"DocsCorp, a leading provider of enterprise productivity solutions, today announced that its desktop productivity suite is compatible with Office 2019. For customers using the cloud, DocsCorp solutions are also Office 365 compatible. The DocsCorp suite of productivity tools include compareDocs for document comparison, cleanDocs for data breach prevention and metadata cleaning, and pdfDocs for PDF editing and bundling."
"Many firms are already embracing data as an essential part of the future of law. With the power of AI and other intelligent technologies, these pioneers are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. But if almost every law firm is sitting on their own data gold mine, why aren’t more cashing in?"
This video, produced by Legal Week in association with Lexacom, asks managing partners, chief information officers, and IT directors to discuss the key technology challenges facing legal firms. This provides further representation of why legal firms need managed IT services.
Stay tuned for next week's Top 3 #LegalTech articles!