Technology solutions are increasingly being adopted to automate mundane activities in legal environments.
An international business‐focused law firm, Vedder Price needed a more matter-centric environment for document management, with greater transparency into the knowledge contained in the physical records they kept, and better governance.
Four in-house law departments, four challenges, four journeys, four solutions – multiple insights your legal eagles can take away from their stories.
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?
Protecting knowledge work without impeding access to knowledge workers is a persistent challenge. Security teams and users can often seem to be working toward different ends. But by necessity, law firms have begun to bridge the divide.
Cole Schotz wanted to get their primary workload into the cloud both to reduce the overall complexity of managing their IT environment and to redirect IT resources toward meeting the firm’s objectives.
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.
Are you underestimating your risk exposure to cybercrime? Unless your organization has the resources to monitor and protect your on-premises data with the same level of vigilance as iManage, you might be.