Mediaplanet publishes special report on legal IT

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10 December 2012


Mediaplanet has published a special report on legal IT in light of the introduction of alternative business structures.

The report looks at the challenges the legal profession faces and shows how law firms can remain competitive by improving efficiency and productivity through their IT systems.

A range of experts from Joanna Goodman to the Law Society – and including Legal Futures editor Neil Rose – discuss the technological changes that can help law firms, and IT leaders show how the cloud, big data and mobile device management works for them.

Click here to read the report in full http://np.netpublicator.com/netpublication/n82096396.

 



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