Discover new ways to think about knowledge and how best to activate it inside your organization from iManage experts.
It is no surprise that whilst the clients of accountants are at ease in the cloud, accountancy firms themselves are also reaching for the cloud in how they securely store, organise, and retrieve their documentation and email
From LEXIS and WALT to AI, the legal sector has been on a 50+ year trajectory to the cloud – a move that today seems more inevitable than optional. Technology may have all the answers, but how do you know you are asking the right questions?
Throughout history, humans have adapted to change by embracing new technologies and tools. Moving your firm’s files and data to the cloud may be the logical next step in your journey toward a more secure future for your clients and your business.
An iManage customer for more than 20 years, the Home Depot legal team evaluated the major players in the document management space and decided that they just needed to upgrade to the current version of the iManage product, in the cloud.
Between the 2011 financial crisis and the catastrophic events of the present day, we've seen dramatic changes in technology, business practices, and behavior — compacting what might easily have been 20 years of transformation on a global scale into a 10-year window.
A lot of thought goes into legal technology solutions and vendor selection. We caught up with iManage Legal Practice Lead, Jack Shepherd to bring much-needed clarity and pragmatism to 'Gartner's legal tech and compliance products for 2021 Hype Cycle' graphic.
Knowledge in professional service organisations is a collaboration on many levels. Experts share how they have been unlocking and leveraging organisational knowledge to meet clients' evolving expectations.
Ian Truscott, head of content at iManage, says turning individual knowledge into institutional knowledge gives the firm an edge.
Discover how law firm and legal department practitioners design impactful collaborative knowledge management strategies to use their knowledge to gain an edge.