Mobile devices, web applications and Webmail create widening metadata gaps and security risks. The growing gap in metadata coverage is examined along with reasons to consider a fail-safe, server-based metadata solution.
Law firms are increasingly planning, creating and implementing skills assessment programs. The Microsystems Skills Assessment Module is the legal market's preferred solution for providing automated assessment of the advanced Microsoft Word skills.
More than 250 leading law firms, including over 70% of the global top 100 law firms, maintain high performance document production environments using DocXtools. Lawyers at these firms and their support staff are empowered to quickly resolve the document problems that degrade client service and damage a firm's reputation.
Describes the business case for improving document production performance and how DocXtools helps leading law firms overcome document production problems.
This whitepaper details the Top 10 content elements that impart risk, defines paths toward auditing for that risk and suggests rules and procedures which aid in minimizing those risks. Many of these items cannot be detected using existing metadata scrubbing products.
Document Quality and Risk Management
A survey conducted by ALM Legal Intelligence uncovers how both law firms and legal departments reach their goals through the use of technology and effective collaboration, exposes challenges they face and reveals their expectations for how technology should be used to overcome these challenges.
Implementing any new solution requires pre-planning in order to ensure success. This white paper will assist law firms in understanding the benefits of switching to Microsoft Word Compare and provide recommendations for managing successful user adoption.
An examination of the current state of legal agreement drafting and review and recommendations for improving the process. Additionally, new technology designed for lawyers to improve the agreement drafting and review process is presented.
This whitepaper explores the needs of Regulatory Affairs Operations and the Medical Writing Community in regards to the delivery of comprehensive, quality content, and uncovers the document-related risks associated with the submission process.
An examination of the risks associated with mobile device integration that may affect client service and expose law firms to unwanted content loss, document corruption and metadata disclosure.
Claims made against native Word Compare as a primary comparison solution for the Office 2010/2007 desktop and the benefits for adopting the native Word functionality are examined.
You are impacted by the change in file format regardless of your migration plans. Failure to understand the firm's exposure to these risks and to institute processes for preventing and resolving them may negatively affect client service.
Document comparison in Word 2007 and 2010 is a major enhancement to previous versions of Word; it has the potential to completely revolutionize the way legal documents are compared and managed throughout the document lifecycle.
This paper presents the stages of an office migration and provides guidelines that ensure maximum adoption of effective new workflow opportunities. For more about Office 2007 best practices, read about our consulting service.