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Riding the wave from inbox manager to case manager

  The legal services sector deals with a lot of documents. That’s no revelation and is, for the most part, the nature of the beast. Yet, as the sector evolves and auditors demand clear and instantaneous visibility over documents – and as firms recognise the shortcomings associated with storing documents in a fragmented fashion –…

Fed up of looking for the needle in a haystack?

  It is estimated that 57 per cent of office workers spend up to an hour per day looking for missing documents ¹. This overhead represents a big problem for businesses. In fact, survey findings contained within IDC’s white paper, Bridging the Information Worker Productivity Gap: New Challenges and Opportunities for IT, point out that…

The deadline’s up. Is your organisation GDPR ready?

  It will have been very difficult to have avoided the hype surrounding the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) coming into force this month. Media coverage has been excessive, which is perhaps why it’s all the more surprising that a survey published in April confirmed that 60 per cent of organisations were at risk of…

Embrace the Cloud, reduce the cost

  According to findings published in a recent report looking at the future of cloud computing, 83 per cent of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020 ¹. Coupled with technology heavyweights like Microsoft aggressively upping their Cloud ante (Microsoft announced Dynamics products and cloud services revenue increased 13 per cent, driven by…

F is for functionality (and familiarity)

  Introducing new systems to a workforce isn’t a straightforward task. It doesn’t matter how powerful a piece of software is, if it isn’t simple and intuitive to use, chances are its potential to secure buy-in from a workforce and add value to operations will be seriously jeopardised. So, what’s the secret to success? Combining…