Increasingly, corporate legal departments are deploying document and email management systems.  This technology has become essential for lawyers’ day today activities. Simultaneously, lawyers are recognising the need for better collaboration, both internally and with outside legal counsel, as well as the ability to reuse and re purpose information.  They don’t want to unnecessarily ‘reinvent the […]

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Roy Russell, CEO of Ascertus Limited, offers his practical view on the role that information and document lifecycle management will play in the legal sector in 2016, based on customer and market insight: Law firms will finally make ‘paper to digital’ a high priority action within their broader business transformation agenda After years of discussion […]

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At the outset, I’d like to say that SharePoint is a great ‘platform’ to have in the organisation. We use it as our Intranet at Ascertus to store price lists, data sheets, standard forms and the like. Conceivably, one of the reasons for its relative ubiquity in the enterprise is that organisations never purchase SharePoint […]

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There can be many homes for a document – it could reside in a physical file folder in an office cupboard, on an employee’s personal desktop, in an Outlook inbox, in a voicemail on a mobile device and so on. The individual working on a document of course knows exactly where it’s saved (most of […]

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The challenge with document lifecycle management in today’s digital world is that there are many homes for a document – it could reside in a physical file folder at the bottom of a cupboard in an office, on an employee’s personal desktop, in an Outlook inbox, in a voicemail on a mobile device and so […]

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