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Technology & Information Systems

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The Marcus Letter. A New Web Site Calls In Facts And Ideas From All Sources. Created by an attorney with a background of business practice, JDSupra is a wide open site that encourages lawyers to report distinctive experience in ways that are useful to o
http://www.marcusletter.com/JD%20Supra.htm
More than four million consumers and small businesses currently search for legal services via the Internet every month, with these numbers expected to rise to over seven million in 2007. Marketing consultant Harlow explains attorney-client matching servi
http://www.lawmarketing.com/pages/articles.asp?Action=Article&ArticleCategoryID=7&ArticleID=693
http://www.americanbar.org/content/aba/groups/departments_offices/legal_technology_resources/resourc
ces/articles/youraba0808.html
The Marcus Letter. Book Review: The Principles of Project Management, The wisdom of sound and effective project management. More than just a mundane discussion of the project management process, this is a textbook - and may be the first example of a b
http://www.marcusletter.com/Project%20management%20review1.htm
By Findlaw. Law firms that address all three aspects of successful online marketing - visibility, design and content - generate business and maximize returns on Internet investments.
http://www.alanet.org/publications/issue/mar09/LM-Mar09-F1-Clickability.pdf
Bodine, Larry. Many reasons listed and explained.
http://www.lawmarketing.com/pages/articles.asp?Action=Article&ArticleCategoryID=13&ArticleID=926
Heathfield, Susan M. Not all workplaces are candidates for electronic surveillance of employees at work. In fact, depending upon the culture and environment, electronic surveillance of employees would injure trust and relationships, and send powerfully...
http://humanresources.about.com/od/technology/a/surveillance.htm
Jones, Richard. The IT department must be involved in the employee termination process because of access to the company network, proprietary corporate data and more. See how to utilize IT in termination.
http://humanresources.about.com/od/whenemploymentends/a/it_termination.htm
Cino, Richard J. and Jacqueline C. Pirone. Employee Today, Competitor Tomorrow. Employers are vulnerable to sabotage by former employees with access and competitors seeking to gain access to the company’s confidential and proprietary information. The i
http://www.workforce.com/section/03/feature/26/39/30/index.html
The Law Marketing Portal is where you learn how to get more business for your law firm. Law firms call Larry Bodine to get new clients and generate more revenue.
http://www.lawmarketing.com/pages/articles.asp?Action=Article&ArticleCategoryID=13&ArticleID=1092
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