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From : Blog Entry>>Holly’s Blog EntryPlease enjoy this blog post co-authored by Holly Hanna, KM Firm Solutions Manager, Perkins Coie and Paul Henry, Chief Executive, NGAGE Intelligence. Whether you’re using the Objective & Key Result (OKR) framework, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), or some other performance measurement framework, identifying how you will define success is an integral part of proving the value of your program or solution. When rolling out a new solution, or an update to an existing solution, many solution owners [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Curtis’s Blog EntryHumanity has been on a steady climb towards more and more technological advancement since the Industrial Revolution and this trend doesn’t seem to be letting up.  Technology is developing rapidly at an unprecedented rate, some of it even mutating so fast that we have to work hard to keep up with it. If you want your business to continue thriving in the 21 st century, read on to find out how technology is changing the face of business and how businesses are adapting.  Cloud [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Bárbara’s Blog Entry“In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” – Charles Darwin The Underrated Skill of Listening to Your Clients. A few weeks ago, in October 2020, I had the opportunity to interview Greg Lambert , Chief Knowledge Services Officer at Jackson Walker, on a podcast entitled “ Separating True Innovation from Hype ”. We had a very exciting conversation on how truly innovative law firms can differentiate [More]
From : Blog Entry>>ILTA’s Blog Entry(Chicago, IL) November 12, 2020 –  The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) today is pleased to welcome our inaugural cohort of Industry Participants to membership. The Industry Participant category, announced first in July of this year , offers yet another avenue for individual legal technologists to join ILTA. ILTA recognizes that our conversation is enriched by a diversity of voices.  By participating in the Industry Participant program, ILTA offers individual legal technologists [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Brian’s Blog EntryPlease enjoy this blog post which is posted on behalf of an ILTA member. The trend is on the rise to bring eDiscovery inside of Corporations.  The primary reason affecting this movement is centered around the fact that ‘legal teams want things done cheaper and faster’.  Vendors and law firms charge premium prices for storage and solutions.  Corporations are getting smarter and looking at dedicated technologies to effectively control costs: the total spend on legal and rethinking external spend. [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Rebekah’s Blog EntryLondon – 5th November – International law firm DAC Beachcroft has chosen Mobile & Cloud specialist Mobliciti to supply a global authentication service, which eliminates the need for staff to use passwords on mobile devices. The two-year contract delivers MobileIron’s visionary Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) and Zero Sign-On (ZSO) technologies . DAC Beachcroft has employees spread across four continents and with increased reliance on mobile devices, it is crucial that IT resources are utilised [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Rodolfo’s Blog EntryAuthors: Rodolfo Christophersen Regional Legal Operations Manager, Mercado Libre Robert Johnson Managing Director, Onit Roughly 30 years ago, the idea of computers managing in-house matters and outside counsel billing was an appealing concept. Paper ruled those processes, with lawyers slogging through reams of bills and digging through filing cabinets for documents. Thanks to advances in software, hardware, [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Michael’s Blog EntryTOPIC : Support your distributed workforce IT needs with “Boots on the Ground” in almost any location NEW – Enter to win a $150 Amazon Gift Card Drawing if you register before 5pm EDT on Thursday, November 5th!! When:  Nov 6, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ET) Description Techmate will review how we support distributed workforces using an augmented on-demand IT support platform to provide full support in person or remotely for law firms. #virtual [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Alisher’s Blog EntryAs part of my job, I am working with teams who deliver new solutions and monetize them into products. Expanding the automation footprint with use of robotic process automation (“RPA”) is one of those solutions. Having just over a year experience with RPA through learning, certification and building bots at work, I find RPA technology fascinating and applicable to global businesses including the one that is so close to our hearts – legal.  But before we talk about the exciting world of legal, [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Curtis’s Blog EntryAs the world’s population becomes increasingly urban, planners are faced with the question of how to accommodate more people – and the traffic that goes with them – while creating a more pedestrian-friendly city. Can more cars and more people peacefully coexist? Can cities use data to improve traffic, walkability, and environmental factors? The city of Moscow says “yes,” and it’s taking this challenge head on through their My Street project, by leveraging big data to influence a citywide urban [More]
From : Blog Entry>>ILTA’s Blog EntryChicago, IL) October 27, 2020 –  The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) announced the publication of the 2020 ILTA Technology Survey today. The Technology Survey is ILTA’s most prestigious annual publication, which provides substantive data you can benchmark your organization’s technology implementations and plans. This year’s survey reports answers from 470 firms representing more than 103,000 attorneys and 208,000 total users. The 2020 Technology Survey [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Liz’s Blog EntryLiz started her career in private practice with a focus on patent law.  She moved into corporate law with Honda Patents & Technologies North America, LLC. Liz found her next move as general counsel and privacy officer with a start up company. Currently, Liz is with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office as an Antitrust attorney. Throughout her 12 year career, Liz has been active in professional organizations and community involvement. Liz loves travelling and spending time with her two dogs. Article [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Adam’s Blog EntrySUCCESSFUL KNOWLEDGE PROJECT MANAGEMENT This blog, part of our “Foundations of Knowledge Management” series, provides some tips and techniques for managing and delivering knowledge projects of any size. Whether you are new to doing this or a seasoned project manager, here is a checklist for getting a project started through to completing it and post-project analysis. FIVE KEY FACTORS FOR PROJECT SUCCESS Knowledge professionals will find themselves, sometimes inadvertently, managing [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Rebekah’s Blog EntryLondon – 13 th October 2020 – Top 50 UK law firm, Browne Jacobson, has awarded Mobliciti, an award-winning Enterprise Mobility & Cloud Managed Services provider, a two-year contract for Mobliciti’s Virtual Mobile Manager service (VMM) to manage their EE mobile contract and Microsoft Intune Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) service for 700 corporate devices. As a National Powerhouse in the UK legal sector, Browne Jacobson were looking for a supplier to manage their mobile airtime as they were [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Allison’s Blog EntrySelecting Projects that Provide Value to an Organization Each day, projects are selected within an organization for a variety of reasons and not all of them have straightforward purpose or value. The role of a project manager is to understand and illustrate why the project was prioritized in order to align the project team toward executing the initiative that has been made by leadership. In order to draw enough justification to select a project, every organization needs strategic business goals, [More]
From : Blog Entry>>Michael’s Blog EntryThinking about working from home?  So is everyone else… Back in January 2020, a group of ILTA volunteers gathered (in person) to discuss content for the coming year.  One topic was the future of remote working at law firms.  At that time, many firms already allowed remote working—some operated as fully remote firms and others allowed remote working a few days week either firm-wide or on a case-by-case basis.  We also knew that while some firms embraced the concept of a fully remote work environment, [More]