Legal IT Professionals: Going cloud… a journey full of compromise, June 2017

Mark Garnish talks to Legal IT Professionals about how a firms journey to the cloud could be a ‘journey full of compromise’. Click here to read the full article.

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TR Forefrount: Why it’s now time for law firms to move into the cloud, March 2017

Until now many firms have been conservative in their attitude towards cloud computing. In this article Simon Elven, Commercial and Marketing Director at Tikit, argues that that now has to change. Quite simply the advantages of cloud have become so obvious that the firms which fail to engage will begin to give away competitive advantage. […]

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Apps yesterday, apps today, but apps tomorrow? August 2016

Smartphone apps are ubiquitous in our professional and personal lives today, but will that continue to be the case? I had to chuckle to myself how my Mom’s tepid initial reaction to this new piece of technology has morphed over the years into a must-have companion seldom out of arm’s reach. In thinking about the […]

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ABA Law Practice Today: Attorney Technology Competency: What you and your clients need to know, November 2016

In this month’s roundtable in ABA Law Practice Today, Tikit’s Virginio Basile joins a panel of experts to pull back the covers on the effective use of technology inside of law firms and legal departments. What should law firms be doing to make sure their most valuable assets are technologically equipped to best serve their […]

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TR Forefrount: Passive time capture and the “Magic Pill” syndrome – The long-term costs of the quick fix, November 2016

In the early 1970s, the late comedian George Carlin observed how programed our society was becoming to finding a quick fix to nearly every ailment with a couple of pills. “Are you feeling low? Pop pop!” he would cluck into the microphone, “you need these. Have a headache? Pop pop! Then you need these.” Anyone […]

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Modern Law: Law firms successfully utilising alternative working practices? October 2016

Top law firms have focussed on specialization, creating narrowly defined practice areas to gain a competitive advantage. Against this backdrop, these firms are also looking to maximize the productivity of legal professionals by sharing and integrating their specialized knowledge amongst their workforce and their client base. The key to successful ‘collaboration’ is making valuable content […]

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How do you create technology training that will actually work?

Tikit has been thinking about training a lot recently because work is underway to develop a course for an LTC41 approved certification in timekeeping. In this, the first of two blogs on the subject, Virginio Basile, Tikit’s Vice President, Professional Services, North America, reflects on the new LTC4 scheme and on what best-practice technology training looks like in Tikit’s […]

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Modern Law: Maximising the impact of time recording, August 2016

The relationship has changed between law firms and their clients. Following the 2008 financial crisis, law firm clients are hiring legal operations officers whose main role is to manage the relationship with outside counsel and ensure “value for money”. Clients are rejecting hourly billing and new arrangements such as fixed fees are putting a lot of pressure on […]

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Modern Law: Retaining your workforce and clients through technology enablement, August 2016

Skill shortages are escalating, according to a recent resourcing and talent planning survey by the CIPD. Over four-fifths of respondents felt that competition for talent has increased over the past two years. Forward thinking law firms have come to realise that technology will be a key differentiator when it comes to attracting and retaining the […]

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What skills should tech professionals develop to ensure a successful future in legal? December 2016

Tikit’s Peter Zver’s answer is ‘Connect with clients’. Click here to read the full article.

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