Tag Archive for: ‘Law firms and legal departments’

3 Ways Law Firms Can Get Information Governance Right

Law firms are realizing that if tools aren’t in place to help capture or share case matters securely, it’s curbing collaboration and productivity, and records aren’t being appropriately retained. Learn about tools lawyers prefer to solve information governance issues as law firms transition rapidly to remote work and digitalization.

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ILTA SharePoint Symposium 2012 – Colligo Recap

ILTA SharePoint Symposium 2012

Colligo recently exhibited at the ILTA SharePoint Symposium in Lombard, IL. The event was an opportunity for law firms to share best practices around SharePoint. SharePoint deployments are spreading and becoming more and more complex in legal circles so the symposium covered a range of topics from cloud and mobility to records and project management …

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Colligo Webinar: How Microsoft Is Using SharePoint 2010 & Colligo for ECM & Records Management

We are really pleased to be partnering again with Microsoft on another important webinar on September 21, 2010. This time, we’re working with Nishan DeSilva, Director of Information Management &amp; Corporate Records Compliance on how <a href="https://www.vconferenceonline.com/event/regeventweb.aspx?id=79&amp;newmem=1&amp;cid=colligoweb" target="_blank">Microsoft’s Legal and Corporate Affairs Department (LCA) is leveraging SharePoint 2010 and Colligo Contributor for ECM and Records Management.</a>

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Colligo at the ILTA 2010 Conference in Las Vegas

The Colligo team participated at another interesting conference last week, this time the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) Conference in Las Vegas. We were invited to participate by Microsoft who graciously shared their booth space with us. The legal industry is very important to Microsoft as law firms and legal departments of all sizes are deploying SharePoint for matter management faster than ever before. In fact, we spoke with many law firm CIOs and CTOs, and were told empathically that it’s not a matter of “if” they’ll deploy SharePoint but “when” they’ll deploy SharePoint.

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