AbacusNext Takes Home Three TL NewsWire Top Product Awards

AbacusNext is excited to announce three of our products have been named to TechnoLawyer NewsWire's Top Product Awards. HotDocs, our cutting-edge document automation platform, took home the silver at #2, while our award winning legal practice management applications, AbacusLaw and Amicus Attorney, snagged spots #21 and #25 respectively. According to the announcement, “AbacusNext stands alone as the only company to scoop up three TL NewsWire Top Product Awards.”

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Three Ways AI Is Already Making Life Easier For Lawyers

Artificial intelligence has come to market and is impacting industries across the spectrum. Law firms that are embracing this powerful technology are working more productively and spending less time on monotonous tasks.

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5 Documentation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

When you’re a lawyer, there’s little room for mistakes, especially in documentation. Typos carry a lot of weight and can inadvertently hurt a client’s case. They can also be damaging if they result in filing inaccurate information or if they cause so much confusion, the court starts missing deadlines. At the very least, blunders look unprofessional and reduce your credibility. However, humans aren’t perfect, and it’s easy to make mistakes between late nights and the pressure of tight deadlines. By understanding the most common documentation errors, you’ll reduce your chance of making them.

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Cyberthreats Are Getting Worse Before They Get Better – Are You Prepared?

In an interview about cybersecurity, former Homeland Security Chief Jeh Johnson provided valuable insight about cyberthreats. While discussing the disturbing number of data breaches in 2018, Johnson stated, “In terms of the general threat picture, I believe it’s going to get worse before it gets better. I believe that those on offense are increasingly clever, aggressive and tenacious. And those of us on defense have yet to turn the corner.

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Can Your Accounting Firm Profit from Augmented and Virtual Reality?

Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) might sound like futuristic concepts, but the truth is they already exist. Top 100 companies have been heavily investing in these technologies for years, and many of them are already seeing gains – think Niantic with Pokémon Go. But the gaming industry isn’t the only one with potential to leverage from AR and VR. With this booming tech becoming more accessible and easier to implement, it’s worth your time to consider what your firm could do with them. Demand for AR and VR has already started to offset another challenge: users’ will to adopt new technologies. Research has proven that many people – Millennials and Generation Z in particular – trust the tech and are willing to try it. 

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