BYOD technology: is your clients’ data protected?

By Ian Wimbush A survey conducted earlier this year by the market research company YouGov reveals that almost half (47%) of UK adults now use their personal smartphone, laptop or tablet computer for work purposes. Worryingly, according to the Information Commissioner’s Office “less than 3 in 10 who do so are provided with guidance on… Read More…

Law firms still missing a trick with apps?

By Kim Tasso In June 2012 I published a White Paper titled “UK law, accountancy and property firms – Are we missing the mobile revolution?”. The main points discussed included: Most UK law firm app development appeared to be focused on supporting lawyers in their work rather than extending or enhancing the service provided to… Read More…

Future of Law roundtable report

On 10 April 2013, LexisNexis held its first roundtable on the Future of Law. The panel was composed of practitioners, educators, influencers in the regulatory world and suppliers to the market. It was chaired by Nick West, Director of Legal Markets at LexisNexis. The panellists were asked to consider how much legal work is likely… Read More…