- Is your data really secure?
As data is increasingly stored online, it presents a risk that few companies are well-equipped to deal with. To help keep your digital information secure, we’ve got some tips on how to mitigate risk when storing and accessing your data....
- Cyber risks: The facts for lawyers
Businesses are constantly exposed to the dangers of a cyber attack with hackers becomingly alarmingly sophisticated. Here, we list the key areas of concern for solicitors.
1. Loss of client money
- Iridium Technology
Iridium Technology is a global firm focused specifically on business intelligence (BI) for legal and professional services firms. Your firm is making a large investment in business intelligence applications; our mission is to make sure that you...
- Three strategies for safeguarding your data
You rely on your data daily, and without it, your business won’t function properly. Any type of data loss, whether minor or major, can have legal and financial consequences for your organisation. That’s why you need to have a data...
- Briefing supplement: Turning Paper into Process
Resource - 12/05/2015 : Archive Document Data Storage, Canotec, collaboration, data, digital, e-file, electronic, kennedys, Keystone Law, Lee Wakemans, legal technology, Mills & Reeve, Nikec Solutions, Nuance, Paper, printing, process, RPC, scanning, storage, touchscreens, Finance, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Risk & Compliance, Technology, Practice Management
Briefing supplement: Turning Paper into Process
Briefing asked top 100 law firms what steps they're taking to remove more paper from their internal processes and do more...
- Briefing magazine Industry Analysis: Betting on big data
Resource - 06/02/2014 : big data, big data in law firms, BIPB, business development, business information and insight, data, data analytics, data management, Finance, Industry analysis, law firm finance, legal business development, LSN Briefing Magazine, Finance, Technology
The analytic ideas behind the big data concept are an essential part of rethinking how valuable management information and financial data can be to the future of a law firm, says Dan Wales, legal business manager for BIPB Legal....
- Briefing magazine case study: Enable technology
Resource - 24/03/2014 : business development, business information and insight, data, data management, Enable, Industry analysis, law firm pricing and profitability, legal business development, LSN Briefing Magazine, Pitching, pitching for law firms, pricing and profitability, project management in law firms, Marketing & BD, Technology
Pitching for work costs time and money, and competition in the legal market is tougher than ever, which means law firms only win around one in 10 pitches. A firm’s success rate is directly related to the pitch cost, every win has to...
- Briefing magazine Industry Analysis: Dun & Bradstreet
Resource - 06/02/2014 : business development, business information and insight, data, data management, Dun and Bradsheet, Industry analysis, law firm pricing and profitability, legal business development, LSN Briefing Magazine, pricing and profitability, project management in law firms, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD
Great BD requires great data
The post-recession reality that corporate firms face is one of competition – gaining revenue by taking market share from your competitors. But how do you take share more effectively than...
- Briefing magazine Industry Interview: Dan Wales at BIPB Legal
Resource - 11/11/2013 : BI, BIPB Legal, briefing industry interview, business intelligence, CRM, dan wales, data, General, knowledge, structured data, visual data, Finance, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Technology
Dan Wales, legal business manager for BIPB Legal, wants to turn all your information into pictures – because that's what we understand, and what we understand can be turned into action.
In many ways this issue of Briefing...
- Information management and governance in a global environment, part one
Ninety percent of information in existence today was created in the last two years and experts estimate that, currently, over 90% of corporate data is in a digital format.
Data is currently being created at a rate of two million terabytes...