What you might have missed…

Catch up on our latest announcements, articles, blogs and webinars that are relevant to you as a Carpe Diem user.

Announcements from Tikit

Featured in the press

  • Timekeeping’s role in workload management – Peter Zver talks to Thomson Reuters Forefront about time keepings role in workload management. He discusses that time recording has always been an essential aspect of law practice and billing. Now, however, law firms are looking even more closely at the opportunities it presents.
  • Finding value at the intersection of time(keeping) – Peter Zver and Ari Kaplan (Reinventing Professionals), chat about how timekeeping generally and how Carpe Diem has evolved in the past 18 months, the most common features that clients are requesting and the importance of forecasting in timekeeping.

Did you miss our recent ILTA educational webinars?

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 the mobile aspects of Office 365, however, will have to consider how their current integrated applications will need to change so as much of their current desktop capability as possible will be available in the mobile Office 365 environment. Not all current MS Office plugins will work on tablets and mobile devices.

In this webinar, Mark Garnish, our Chief Technology Offices talks about what being truly 100 percent Office 365 compatible actually means and the impact. He gives some practical advice on getting your firm ready for the next big change in the way lawyers work.

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 and even environmental devices (e.g sensors), all of which can interact with backend systems and even with each other. What are law firms doing in recognition of this trend in their technology choices either internally or in the selection of their strategic partners?

In this webinar Peter Zver, President, Tikit North America, talks about the platforms, approaches and best practices of using data and metrics via the device mesh to change behaviour to achieve better performance. Live examples were used to show the extension of apps to multiple endpoints with emphasis on the user experience.

We also ran a webinar recently that talks about why (if your firm has not done so already),  you should consider upgrading to the latest version of Tikit Carpe Diem. You can access the recording here.