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  • I’m excited to be joined by Peter Wallqvist, Vice President of Strategy at iManage, for the second of a two-part blog series on legal document management solutions. Konica Minolta and All Covered — the IT Services Division of Konica Minolta — have a strategic partnership with iManage, which provides cutting-edge legal document management solutions. iManage recently acquired RAVN Systems, a UK-based company that developed an artificial intelligence (AI) platform that can organize, discover and summarize relevant information from large volumes of documents and unstructured data. (more…)

    Content Management, From Our Experts, From the Experts, Security, Solutions, Technology

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    legal picMy first car was a gray Pontiac Sunbird and, being that I was intrigued by manual transmissions, I had to have this feature even though I only knew how to drive an automatic.  You may ask, “Why did you buy a new car that you couldn’t even drive?” Well, my rationale was that if the car was purchased, I would have to force myself to learn and face my fear.  So, I bought the car and a good friend drove it home for me and, for about a month, I stared out the window trying to get up the nerve to learn how to drive it. One day, after growing tired of catching the bus, I found the nerve to learn and, of course, it wasn’t that bad. I drove that car for 13 years. Although it wasn’t new technology, it was new to me and it was a giant beast I had to conquer. (more…)

    From Our Experts, Solutions, Technology

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    PrintFile sharing solutions are ubiquitous now. If you run a Google search for “online file sharing services,” you’ll get pages of possibilities returned like secure file sharing, secure file transferring, virtual data rooms, Google drives and every other imaginable solution out there. In today’s high-tech world, businesses of all verticals, but especially legal, deal with sensitive data understand the importance of sharing files securely.  With the likes of Konica Minolta and Workshare file sharing solutions, we’ve come a long way in how we now protect our client and customer data. (more…)

    Content Management, From Our Experts, Security, Solutions, Strategy, Technology

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    Print Management: The Forgotten Revenue Stream

    , Solutions Product Marketing Manager

    KMBS_LogoGenerating a steady stream of revenue and ensuring document security are big objectives for a business of any size to survive. But many of them – especially small businesses – neglect to adopt a comprehensive means for tracking multifunction printer (MFP) usage and recovering costs. Additionally, many businesses don’t take the necessary precautions to protect and secure files across their organization. The result? They’re tossing a bundle of valuable funds into the wind while leaving their organization open to security breaches and threats. (more…)

    Content Management, From Our Experts, Solutions, Technology

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    Pursue Justice & Eliminate Challenges with Legal Technology

    , Director of Channel & Client Advocacy, nQueue

    nQueue_Logo_450x311px_72dpi-300x207The world is changing. It’s a fact. Think about it, in your lifetime, you may have seen computers shrink smaller yet more powerful, phones move from rotary dial and party lines to devices that comfortably fit in your hand and hold more computing power than the computers that sent men to the moon.

    What if you and your law firm haven’t kept up with the times and haven’t yet embraced the right legal technology to improve your firm’s productivity? You can bet your client has and they expect you to be not only savvy with today’s technology, but to be innovative. (more…)

    Content Management, From the Experts, Security, Solutions, Technology

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    “Change is the only constant in life,” so said Heraclitus, the Greek philosopher, around 500 B.C. As I look toward the legal environment in 2017, that saying is alive and well thanks to the emergence of robotics, other workplace of the future solutions and artificial intelligence (AI), the next critical wave of change in law firms.

    What is different from Heraclitus’ time is the velocity at which change is occurring. Advancing law firm technology has pushed firms to move uncommonly fast to implement the changes necessary to garner the benefits that are possible for strategic growth and overall survival. The law firm of the future must address these coming influences that are re-engineering how work will be done.  What are these influences that I believe will impact the legal arena in 2017? Here are my predictions: (more…)

    Cloud, Content Management, From Our Experts, Security, Solutions, Strategy, Technology

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    We don’t have 12 jurors to get a consensus of what challenges and trends will impact the legal profession come the New Year, but our vast experience with law firms allows us to play judge and jury to help enlighten you. Some of these may or may not come as a surprise, but they’ll be areas that the legal industry must consider to remain safe and successful.

    For instance, we believe that cybersecurity will be the industry’s biggest challenge. We’re used to hearing news reports about breaches in the medical and retail worlds – like those from Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Target – but we never hear about breaches in the legal world. Law firms have become a veritable treasure trove for hackers in the past five to 10 years. Hackers are now getting to big corporate data through much less secure routes, such as outside counsel. Law firms must deploy advanced security measures – like those offered via All Covered Security Services – that identify and mitigate the risks to their clients’ and the firms’ assets, especially personally identifiable information (PII). (more…)

    Cloud, Content Management, From Our Experts, Security, Solutions, Technology

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