Transforming How Work is Done

Welcome New York Law Firm Wollmuth Maher Deutsch to the iManage Cloud

We are pleased to welcome Wollmuth Maher Deutsch LLP to the iManage Cloud. The Manhattan-based firm is organized into three practice groups – Litigation, Corporate, and Bankruptcy Restructuring & Insolvency – enabling them to provide innovative and creative solutions to legal issues while responding in a timely and cost-effective manner. iManage Cloud delivers the industry’s

Italian Firm Giovanardi Pototschnig & Associati Selects iManage Work Product Management Solutions

iManage welcomes Italian firm Giovanardi Pototschnig & Associati as our newest customer. Founded in the early 1900s in Italy, the firm focuses on national and international jurisdictions providing in court and out of court assistance in the business commercial law and financial intermediaries sectors. The firm selected iManage Work, the leading document and email management

Rolling out the Welcome Mat for UK-Based Hat Trick Productions

Our newest Cloud customer is London-based Hat Trick Productions – one of the most successful independent companies producing popular and award-winning programming. We welcome your innovative team of corporate legal department users to the iManage family. Since the company was launched in the mid 80’s, one thing hasn’t changed – their aim was then, and

Welcome our Newest EMEA-based Cloud Customer – Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados

iManage just completed the second leg of our user conference last month – ConnectLive 2017 London – where we had over 500 customers, CIOs, and partners in attendance. Since then, there has been a lot of continued momentum in the EMEA region, so wanted to take this opportunity to welcome our newest iManage Cloud customer,

iManage just recently completed the second leg of our user conference – ConnectLive 2017 London

iManage just recently completed the second leg of our user conference – ConnectLive 2017 London – where we had over 500 customers, CIOs, and partners in attendance. Here are few key highlights from some of the working group sessions: GDPR is fast approaching, and the financial penalties for non-compliance at a firm could be extremely

Cybersecurity and Electronic Communications (eComms) Archiving

Broker-dealers and other financial services firms have struggled, for years, to align the retention of electronic communications with a myriad of regulatory requirements, such as SEC Rule 17-a4, and their general legal hold obligations. Unfortunately, this has created a challenge for firms to demonstrate that they have taken reasonable and defensible measures to preserve email

Improving the accuracy and efficiency of your information security program

The secret is out: professional services firms make attractive targets because they have large volumes of privileged client information. High profile cyber-attacks such as the Panama Papers incident have made information security a top priority at the C-level executive suite. Traditional security approaches and perimeter defenses, however, are no longer sufficient. Over the past few

Five Reasons Your Corporate Legal Department Needs iManage Work Product Management

Corporate legal departments are facing significant increases in workload due to increasing corporate litigation, consolidations, mergers and acquisitions. At the same time, these groups are under greater pressure to govern and secure information completely to comply with corporate guidelines, and also to cut operating costs. These pressures are driving corporate legal departments to seek solutions

Artificial Intelligence for Insurance – the next revolution?

Originally posted on Insurance People Magazine, Feb 2016. Peter Wallqvist believes Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionise the insurance sector, and explains how greater efficiency and better customer service can be combined with reduced costs via the automation of operational processes The insurance sector is a highly competitive market which has recently faced

FordHarrison Protects Against Security Risks with iManage Share

With high-profile hacks of government agencies, retailers and other businesses making the headlines, any business that needs to protect confidential data is likely growing more concerned and seeking new ways to bolster their security posture. The legal industry is no exception. International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) recently surveyed more than 185,000 individuals at 420 firms

The early bird catches the worm – How a matter-centric refresh can improve attorney productivity and increase user adoption

When you have almost 200 IT professionals register for a webinar one hour after sending invitations, you know the topic being discussed has great importance to them. And that’s just what happened when we announced the first of a series of webinars focused on the topic of matter-centric refresh last month. In the first webinar,

Solving bandwidth and latency problems in Document Management Systems using distributed environments with Enterprise Search

The Problem Large, geographically diverse organisations are very likely to have document content located around several different locations. Often it is housed in a distributed Document Management System (DMS), and just as often housed on shared drives in local offices. This situation can become problematic if the employees in these organisations are expected to access,

RAVN’s Event on Enhancing the Value of Microsoft SharePoint in the Legal Sector

RAVN Systems, experts in Enterprise Search, Unstructured Big Data analytics and Knowledge Management solutions, recently held an event on enhancing the value of Microsoft SharePoint in the Legal Sector. Around 50 delegates attended from various international legal organisations. The first informative session opened with Gina Jennings, Director at Outer Circle on the subject of challenges

PowerShell Type Accelerators – shortcuts to .NET classes

Type Accelerators are a great PowerShell feature that allows shortcuts to .NET classes. When writing .NET code, once a namespace is imported with the ‘using’ directive, types in that namespace can be used without referencing the namespace itself: [csharp]using System.Collections.Generic; List l = new List(); // Instead of: System.Collections.Generic.List l = new System.Collections.Generic.List();[/csharp] However, it’s