Webinar recording: Technology 101 for In House Counsel

Click here to listen to the recording of our Technology 101 for In House Counsel webinar. This is the first webinar in a series that we are hosting with Lawyers On Demand and it was designed in response to their discussions with in-house counsel around their desire to know how to use technology to improve their business, processes and legal operations. With […]

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ILTA webinar recording: Up in the Air – Pushing up to the Clouds

Click here to listen to the recording of an ILTA educational webinar where Andrea Foot (General Manager, Tikit Australia) and Paul Wyatt (APAC Sales Director at NetDocuments) discuss cloud trends: Gartner says by 2020 “cloud shift” will affect over $1 trillion in IT spending. The most popular social media tag at ILTA’s 2016 legal technology […]

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ILTA webinar recording: Email reputation and it’s impact on engagement metrics

Click here to watch Jeff Hemming, Tikit’s Marketing Solutions Product Manager), explore two topics of growing importance for legal marketers and business development practitioners – email reputation and engagement. He takes a look at what ’email reputation’ is, why it’s important to marketers and business development teams, and how it can be managed. From there, […]

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ILTA webinar recording: The device mesh evolution in legal – way beyond mobile

The device mesh rates as # 1 on Gartner’s top trends for 2016. It’s an evolution on mobile but basically refers to the expanding set of technology endpoints professionals can empower themselves to their jobs better and ultimately improve service delivery. The device mesh includes mobile devices, wearable, consumer and home electronic devices, automotive devices […]

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ILTA webinar recording: What Does Being Office 365 Compatible Mean to Your Firm?

Microsoft has huge plans for Office 365, which will likely become more and more popular in the legal industry. Many firms will still use Office 365 in the traditional way, fully deployed into their desktop environment, and can therefore expect all of their Office-integrated components to continue to work. Firms that want to fully embrace […]

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ILTA webinar recording: Mobile Timekeeping – A Law Firm’s Journey

If you missed the ILTA and Tikit webinar about how Schiff Hardin LLP leverages mobile timekeeping as part of their larger strategic initiative to improve overall timekeeping performance, don’t worry you can listen to the recording by clicking here! Or you can read the summary. During the webinar you will hear Ryan Steadman Customer Value Engineer, Tikit and Michael Robinson, Application […]

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ITLA webinar recording: How to increase law firm revenue and profitability by improving time capture data

Firms are realizing that to improve profitability and realization they need to assess the initial phases of the production chain and focus on the intrinsic value of “time” data, as “time” data can speak to both revenue and costs, providing it is accurate and timely. As such firms need to understand and accept the real […]

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ILTA webinar recording: What’s happening in CRM today?

Customer relationship management (CRM) has been part of the legal community for the past 15 years. We have all heard about it, and some of us have many stories — positive and otherwise. Given the longevity of CRM, it’s fair to ask if this is still an area of importance for your firm. The answer […]

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ILTA webinar recording: Time for a timekeeping audit

With all the buzz around the Flaherty Suffolk Legal Technology Audit and lawyer tech proficiency (LTC4), it’s high time firms inventoried their timekeeping methods and best practices. What works? What doesn’t? How do we go about it? How are firm’s measuring timekeeping ‘success’? What technologies and end points are involved… is best of breed consumer […]

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ILTA webinar recording: Digital Innovation Made Easy: Buy, build, or bricolage

Some firms will choose to purchase wholesale software solutions, likely buying up entire legal tech companies in order to maintain a unique competitive advantage, saving the best and most valuable software for themselves and licensing lesser solutions to their competitors. Some will hire teams of agile developers and set them loose solving legal problems through […]

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