May 2012 | What's Happening in the Cloud?
By Mark Rosch and Carole Levitt
A quick take on some of the latest features added to this online productivity suite.
By Ben M. Schorr
This is Microsoft's foray into the cloud computing market for all shapes of companies and a product worth looking into for small to mid-sized law firms in particular.
By Steven J. Best
How to manage content at your firm in order to save and retrieve information quickly. You need a systematic solution that everyone can use.
By Larry Port
This article explores efficiencies gained from adopting practice management software, including cloud software.
By Jared Correia
Most cloud security concerns are overblown, however there are legitimate issues related to sharing your electronic files with third party online vendors. Read on for a look at some helpful encryption tools.
By Ruth Fenton
A no-nonsense look at what your clients really desire with five steps to earn new business.
By Deanne Koll
Oftentimes, private practice lawyers much prefer the actual lawyering to the essential administrative and business aspects of running a law office.
By Chuck Roberts
The sooner you incorporate succession planning into your overall strategic plan, the more alternatives will be feasible, providing greater benefits for your firm.
Reprinted from its original use as a session at ABA TECHSHOW 2011 in April 2011.
By Steve Matthews and Courtney Ward-Reichard
This article will prepare you with practical ways to build a great law firm web site, whether it is starting from scratch or overhauling your existing web presence.
By Ed Poll
It is critical that law firm leaders consider how their technology concerns change along different milestones along the given firm's life cycle.
Interviewed by Dennis Kennedy
Julie Ann Broyles is Senior Counsel at Ascension Health in St. Louis. In this article, she shares some of her insights and lessons learned, giving new lawyers some wise advice about how to be ready for change in their careers.
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Interviewed by Rachelle J. Canter
Maggie advises emerging growth companies at all stages of development with an emphasis on corporate finance, IP and governance.