According to Chris Cartrett, Executive Vice President at Aderant, “Our 2020 Survey showed that law firms did phenomenally well at transforming their businesses and achieving strong business continuity during the pandemic. However, the challenges of last year were a wake-up call for firms to realize that efficiency concerns, process improvement, and technology adoption required greater investment. As one of Aderant’s busiest years on record, 2020 provided us with the unique opportunity to equip clients to better leverage technology to serve firm employees and remotely manage internal processes.”
X-Road® implements a set of standard features to support and facilitate data exchange and ensures confidentiality, integrity, and interoperability between data exchange parties. Recently the Nordic Institute for Interoperability Solutions (NIIS) highlighted the alignment of X-Road with the Digital Public Goods Standard, a set of specifications and guidelines designed to maximize consensus about whether something conforms to the definition of digital public goods laid out by the UN Secretary General.
OpenText’s eDiscovery focus is highlighted in the recent establishment of a dedicated legal technology division and the announcement of technology updates that include the embedding of AI into OpenText eDiscovery solutions with predictive filtering capabilities that learn from human feedback.
If the practice of law and the delivery of legal services are ever to truly evolve, it cannot be achieved by just a small group of self-appointed thought leaders.
The Los Angeles Police Department is one of dozens of cities across the country that’s trying to predict where crime will happen—and who those future criminals will be—based on past crime and arrest data.
Technology is often seen as disconnecting people from one another– promoting detachment, isolation, and fostering a faux intimacy by creating virtual ‘relationships.’ But technology is also a cohesive force—especially in the legal industry.
Hybrid cloud computing, in simplest terms, is the use of cloud computing and on-site servers at the same time. The dual nature of the arrangement solves some significant problems for organizations that need to centralize access to databases and apps.
According to ALM research, 73% of ‘legal’ work is now performed in-house and an additional 2% by service providers. That means law firms have only a 25% market share.
Is it okay to scrape data from another website? This is a frequently asked question that almost always leads to an ambiguous and equivocal answer.
Reduced complexity, increased security, and perfect insulation — those are the outcomes reported by organizations who deployed a remote browser to protect their users when they access the web.