Cloud technology brings a suite of benefits to law firms. It allows them to easily access their data from various devices, it cuts the cost of maintaining proprietary infrastructure, and it helps law firms easily scale their storage space.
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Legal technology is often an afterthought for many lawyers in the practice of law and that is a mistake. In the coming years legal tech literacy (or lack thereof) will produce a sea change in the fortunes and careers of lawyers and firms. Firms that can couple legal services with efficient process, workflow and legal tech skills will win the business while those who don’t will wither.
When law firms come looking for help using digital marketing strategies to build sales, most start by saying they need a new website or that their website isn’t driving enough leads. But there is too much of a singular focus on a law firm’s website.
Microsoft Word’s Document Inspector is a built-in feature that can check for and clean out document metadata such as comments, embedded revisions, document information (such as any editors’ names), and other invisible content and hidden text.
Efficient legal document automation eliminates firm workflow bottlenecks, less time spent chasing information, and more secure collaboration.
With so many different options for organizing your work and life — GTD, Kanban, BuJo, SMART, Agile — it’s easy to get stuck and let things continue as they are. Here’s the thing to remember: The perfect system is the one you use. If you want to eliminate the chaos from your life, you can’t wait for the perfect system to come along.
To improve your law firm’s profitability, you could hire more staff to help you take on more clients and increase revenues. You could cut your overhead expenses and work longer hours. Or you could take better advantage of your existing technology and make smarter decisions about your firm’s next steps.
Organizations credit digital transformation with reducing costs, increasing agility, and delivering enhanced and new services. A possible unforeseen outcome of digital transformation is a rising volume of digital documents and information generated by business systems.
One of my tricks with quite the “wow factor” is inserting artistic lines into my documents. To insert a horizontal line (also called a “horizontal rule”), here are four creative ways to do it.
Do you regularly find yourself needing to fine-tune your search result in NetDocuments? You’re not alone. Here are a few tips for searching NetDocuments like a pro.