Digital transformation begins with a pen and some sticky notes.
Procuring software for digital transformation without first optimizing your operational processes sets your organization up for complex change cycles, frustration, and capital waste; yet most companies take this system-first approach to digital transformation. Instead, taking a process-first approach ensures that your systems are ready and scalable for the future.
Dear General Counsel: The Tech Tipping Point is Now
Why are we at the Tipping Point of Legal Tech Innovation? How do we achieve a sustainable and successful digital transformation in the legal industry?Read moreListen Recording
The pandemic has pushed us into thinking about technology and digital transformation, whether we like it or not. To not embrace our reality or fail to execute our digital strategy is an existential threat. If you want your tech acquisitions to be successful and not an experiment in futility, here are the keys for a sustainable and successful digital transformation.
Maryland law prohibits face-scanning during job interviews without consent
Beginning October 1, Maryland will make it illegal for a company to use biometric facial recognition during the process of interviewing job candidates.
The CCPA, and other regulations already in existence or in the pipeline, require companies that handle private information to do so not only with the outmost care but with providing the owner of that data the ability to consent and control the view, use, and handling of that data. Obviously, manual compliance with the CCPA and other similar regulations would be cost prohibitive as well as logistically difficult to manage. Fortunately, privacy experts and technologists have been working diligently to create solutions for these needs. Our team at Karta Legal has spent months reviewing the available options, evaluating performance issues, and weighing considerations for our clients. If you need any help with CCPA compliance or need an initial assessment of your organization's requirements and options, please contact us at: email@example.com.
How Technology Can Minimize Revenue Leakage During a Crisis
In this article, Lourdes Fuentes Slater and Ryan Steadman pick one of the greatest, if not the greatest, pain points in a law firm, i.e., the recording of the billable hour. And they highlight how using technology you can increase flow, eliminate waste and add value. Revenue leakage because of unrecorded time or improperly recorded time has always been an issue in law firms, typically tackled with various kinds of punishment and manually review. Here we offer a tech solution to that a well-recognized problem.Read more
AI E-mail Management Solution
Here is a practical technical solution for lawyers to increase their productivity while working from home. This technology also gives the organization the means to comply with its data obligations and remain profitable by accounting for time worked that typically falls through the cracks and remains unaccounted/unbilled. Specifically, we discuss an AI email management solution that automates manual steps in email filing and billing.
Apply Lean to Sort Your Inbox! The Path to E-mail Efficiency
Email handling and time keeping from email based work has been a challenge to lawyers since its inception. The out of control inbox has always plagued lawyers. Because of the pandemic, email challenges have become even greater. In just a few weeks, WFH has already created \will challenges to productivity and efficiency.
What should I do before buying legal technology? Ten things to know before buying legal technology
There are at least 10 things to consider before buying legal technology. Buying technology is one of the most important transactions for the future of your business. Here’s how to do your due diligence.
Top 5 Things to Do Now To Make "Remote Work" Just “Normal Work”
WFH is the New Normal given the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic. In this article by Lee Shubert, we highlight the top 5 considerations for making WFH work for your organization, and how to deal with them.
What is a Document Management System (DMS)? Why do you need a robust and a fully functional DMS?
A Document Management System (DMS) is an enterprise level software that controls and organizes documents throughout an organization. There are many of these systems available in the open market. We will not address the selection process here; rather, we want to focus on the importance of having one in place that it’s being used to its fullest.