The Reporter – February 2019

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The Reporter – February 2019

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IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Law Firms are Switching to Cloud-Based Software in 2019
  • 10 Traits of a Great Manager, According to Google’s Internal Research
  • How to Use this Punctuation Mark:  The Colon
  • Excel: Your Entry Into the World of Data Analysis
  • Review of GoodNotes, Take Handwritten Notes on an iPad

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I hope you enjoy our article selection this month about legal trends for the coming year regarding e-discovery and use of the technology.

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Law Firms are Switching to Cloud-Based Software in 2019

By Nicole Black

Earlier this month, I shared the top signs that it’s time to upgrade your law firm’s law practice management software. In case you missed it, here are a few surefire indications that your law firm’s software is due for an upgrade:

  • You’re cobbling together several systems instead of one
  • You still have endless stacks of paper around your office
  • Your software looks like it was designed in the ’90s (and probably was!)
  • You still have to maintain a server (probably located in your office’s closet) to run your software
  • Support for your law practice management software has been discontinued
  • Your software doesn’t leverage new technologies such as online billing and instant credit card payments
  • Your software doesn’t have automatic updates that include new features.

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