Discover new ways to think about knowledge and how best to activate it inside your organization from iManage experts.
At a recent online roundtable event hosted by Briefing magazine, knowledge leaders at firms of all sizes discussed their top considerations and priorities after navigating the past year of the pandemic.
iManage recently convened a webinar with Curtis Batterton, Legal Operations & Global Technology Manager at McDonald’s, about their own Legal Ops transformation.
In our latest employee spotlight, we share Matt Simpson's story about his ongoing commitment to support a vital educational institution in Kenya, Chaddy School.
Legal professionals spend 95% of their day working with documents and email, 74% of the law departments intend to address this to get a productivity edge and we provide a guide on where to start.
Our recent webinar, 'Forrester TEI Study: Building a business case for modern document management', explored how iManage Work drives measurable economic benefits by improving how organizations make knowledge work for them.
Knowledge work and knowledge management are closely intertwined and interdependent. Plus, each reinforces the other. So, how do we distinguish them from one another to get the desired competitive edge?
Looking to make knowledge work and thinking of moving to an enterprise search platform? Then you should meet Joshua Fireman, a leading expert in implementing modern knowledge management systems.
We have recently undertaken a significant research piece indicating that optimizing knowledge work more effectively leads to greater efficiency, collaboration and productivity.
Bilal Mujahid, chief information security officer at iManage, says cloud built with ‘zero trust’ security controls is essential to providing the highest level of protection for critical assets.