Document Automation vs. ALSP

Technology’s driving shifts in every industry, and the law is no exception. New tech promises to help you address your biggest challenges, and you do your best to choose the right solutions for your firm. This process is common when it comes to document review and contract management when your goal is to implement an efficient document generation process that produces profit and mitigates risk – without taking time away from your clients or practice. You could use a document automation software like HotDocs – or outsource these tasks to an alternative legal service provider (ALSP).

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Can You Afford a Data Breach?

IBM Security and Ponemon Institute recently conducted a study called 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study: Global Overview to understand trends in the cost of data breaches. The study gathered information from 477 organizations across 15 countries that experienced a breach within the last year. Researchers began by determining the number of lost or stolen records and quantifying the loss of customer goodwill for each company.

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5 Essential Technologies for Firm Growth

Implementing new technology is one of the best ways to differentiate your firm and position it for growth. However, most lawyers aren’t innovators on the adoption curve. That’s understandable. Vetting a new tool, getting approval to use it, and executing a roll-out strategy requires a lot of otherwise billable time, not to mention upfront investment. While we understand how much it takes to introduce your firm to new tech, the benefits are worth the effort.

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Learn What It Takes to Implement New Systems at Your Firm

You have a lot to gain by gleaning insights from the latest trends and implementing new systems at the right time. New processes streamline your workflow, while technology helps your firm communicate effectively and grow dynamically. And let's not forget how tech safeguards sensitive data and enables you to work remotely. But how do you implement new tools? Does your firm give change management the attention it deserves?

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Weak Security Measures Jeopardized One Company’s Customer Data

News just broke that hackers breached technology company Citrix on March 6th. According to security firm Resecurity, Iranian group IRIDIUM planned and organized the attack in December of last year. Citrix hasn't yet disclosed how much customer data the criminals seized, but the amount could be mind-boggling. After all, Citrix services 98% of the Fortune 500 and 400,000 business all over the world.

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