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Mijares, Noel. Advances in document retrieval have increased the efficiency of in-house systems, but have also increased the value of going outside the firm for document management. This article offers ways to help you determine if outsourcing this proces
http://www.alanet.org/publications/issue/marapr10/LM-MarApr10-F4-Automating.pdf
http://www.lexisone.com/legalresearch/legalguide/law_office_software/document_management_software.ht
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International Legal Technology Association. The complexities of pending litigation can’t be confined to one department in the firm or law department; processes, systems and well trained people will contribute to the effective management of time and resour
http://www.iltanet.org/WhitePaperPDFs/2009LitigationSupport.aspx
International Legal Technology Association. Law firms and law departments need to determine what constitutes an electronic record, and then decide whether that file belongs in a document management system, a records management system, or some hybrid of th
http://www.iltanet.org/WhitePaperPDFs/ConvergenceofDMandRM.aspx
International Legal Technology Association. Records and document management systems should help attorneys and staff find what they’re looking for without wasting resources. These systems should also help protect firm and client information, and at the sam
http://www.iltanet.org/WhitePaperPDFs/2008RMProtectingYourClientsandFirm.pdf.aspx
Eidelman, James. Eidelman uses charts allowing the user to easily assess whether or not automation makes sense for the firm.
http://www.lawtech.com/windraft/when.htm
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