Posts Tagged ‘Law Firm Technology’
Here are a couple new Law.com articles regarding SharePoint with the first paragraphs included. The Law.com Newswire includes technology articles on a regular basis. Those articles are generally at the bottom of the email you get once you register/subscribe. It requires a userid and password to get into some of the articles which is the reason for the registration process. If you are hesitant to subscribe, check back to read the Law.com Legal Technology portion of the site on a regular basis. Subscribing to Legal Technology Newsletter is another way to get legal technology news from Law.com.
Creating an Intranet Portal at Parker Poe, Steve Fletcher, Law.com, December 18, 2008.
In a crowded diner in Brooklyn, two men study a laptop computer. On the screen, a spectacular infinity pool disappears into the sea beside St. Lucia’s lush green Gros Piton mountains. Beside it, a colorful box lists the country’s hotels, real estate developments and golf resorts. There are Web links for the St. Lucia government, tourism and local news sites — even today’s weather. No, these guys aren’t planning a vacation on a travel agent’s Web site. A senior law firm partner is illustrating his team’s expertise in Caribbean resort and hospitality developments to a prospective client. What’s on the screen is one of the more than 200 practice group pages on Parkway, the intranet at Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein.
Elements of a Successful SharePoint Search, Mark Gerow, Law.com, December 17, 2008.
Search technologies, such as those found in enterprise search platform Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, can help control access to legal information on the Web to meet clients’ needs. Mark Gerow of Fenwick & West describes how his firm successfully implemented SharePoint Search.
~ Nina Platt