Monday, 13 February 2017 09:00

Bad security has bad consequences

Bad security has bad consequencesIn the 2002 thriller Minority Report, the pre-crime unit of the Washington police force could lawfully arrest suspects for future criminal activity based on the foreknowledge of certain psychic “pre-cogs” prior to any crime actually being committed.  
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Monday, 30 January 2017 09:00

Deep smarts: the next generation

Deep smarts: the next generationAt a recent legal technology innovation event, one of the startups introduced its new technology as targeting the Final Frontier of Knowledge Management: turning the tacit into the explicit. The Star Trek reference had me imagining my team and I in shiny Federation uniforms stepping boldly into the new and as yet unexplored world of KM beyond our borders.

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Monday, 19 December 2016 09:00

Value beyond novelty

Value beyond noveltyWhile shiny new objects can be fun, the real value in innovation is in the output
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Monday, 14 November 2016 09:00

Innovation is not progress

The word innovation has become the biggest buzzword of our time, and nowhere is this more evident than in the area of technology.
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Monday, 14 November 2016 09:00


Illustration: Blair KellyLaw firms are a key target for hackers, say tech experts
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Avoiding the storm clouds with good cloud-computing policies“We didn’t know that we had purchased these cloud services . . . we signed the wrong agreement.”
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iPads can save time and money in a small law firmSince the introduction of the iPad and tablets, businesses have developed novel ways to incorporate these devices into the delivery of their services. Some restaurants use them to replace paper menus, enabling customers to view photos of every dish and place orders, or as wine lists, allowing searches by geographical area or varietal. Some hotels offer tablets loaded with relevant applications to help travellers make the most of their trip, and airlines offer them for personalized in-flight entertainment.
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Thursday, 08 September 2016 22:00

Innovation is here to stay

Innovation is here to stayThe ability to continually innovate our work and its underlying processes have become requisite skills for in-house lawyers. Increasingly, in-house practitioners are being asked to work in new environments, provide a wider scope of services, utilize technology wherever possible and be adaptive to changing legal and general professional trends. Terms like productivity, efficiency, lean and design change are quickly becoming table stakes for any successful in-house team. This is why being recognized as an innovator in our profession is especially rewarding.
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Monday, 05 September 2016 09:00

Let the robots help the public

Let the robots help the publicYou might be forgiven if you are tired of hearing about machines versus lawyers, but the topic, much like our future robot overlords, is not about to be put to rest. Similarly, the definition of legal work and the practice of law are subject to more scrutiny than at any prior time in the history of the “profession” (air quotes intentional). As self-governing guilds, law societies and U.S. bar associations (which aren’t really regulators) are being confronted with uncomfortable questions requiring clear answers to plainly laid out (non-virtual) reality.
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Monday, 05 September 2016 09:00

Mining judgments for winners and losers

Look out litigators, Premonition is coming to town, and with it a level of transparency not normally seen in the legal business.
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