General Legal Tech News
Legal tech insider that's worked for the same law firm since 1998 makes a really strong case for virtual desktops and remote work.
Is the pandemic so bad that your firm banned printing? Well, a top UK law firm has done as much due to COVID.
Scribes union says the printing press does not belong in the courtroom. But jump ahead a few hundred years and change scribes to stenographers.
What happens to your firm when you just can't e-discover for some time? Explore this business continuity scenario that may make you sweat a little.
What has COVID-19 taught us? That Zoom depositions are awesome, clearly. Read why and get some best practices from partners at a 400+ attorney firm.
Has digital dictation picked up at your office since the onset of work-from-home? Well, the tech still has room to improve, so Legal IT insider has a webinar on the future of dictation.
Would you believe Microsoft Edge is the browser with superior security and other features? This guy thinks so -- and that the browser "beckons" for you, presumably with a glass of wine, or something.
What are "reasonable" data security efforts, and how does the FTC's recent enforcement orders on the likes of Zoom impact your firm?
Ruminations on the complicated nature of cyber security insurance.