We all recognise the fact that software dates quite quickly. Practice management software is no different. It is often easier to hang on to your existing software because your staff
There is a plethora of legal software suppliers out there. With so many alternatives to choose from, it’s a minefield when deciding which is the right fit for your firm
LawWare will be exhibiting at Law2018 Leeds on the 6th and 7th March at the Met Hotel. If you are able to, please take the time to visit us on
LawWare’s Paul McRobb recently graduated with SOLAS qualifications in Cashroom Accounting & Administration, Executory Administration and Feeing. Helpdesk Supervisor, Paul, studied for his qualifications at evening classes over the course
Choosing law firm practice management software can be a bit of a minefield. With so many alternatives on the market, how do you know which is the best and which
Law firm cyber security is a hot topic at the moment. This has led to professional indemnity insurers offering policies or bolt-ons to give cover. The insurance question came to
Server or cloud again? On the one hand, it’s rapidly becoming an old question. On the other, especially for more traditional legal practices, it’s very much a current issue. Read
The times they are a changing in the world of legal technology. The pace of change over the last 30 years has been astonishing and this is likely to intensify
The LawWare team will be taking to the road in September – you can meet the them at the Scottish Law Society Conference and LAW2017 exhibition. Read more by going
Law firms and EU GDPR is the hot topic of the moment. On the 25th of May 2018, the new regulations will come into force and that leaves little time to prepare.
Last weekend’s global ransomware attack hit the NHS in the UK, Spain’s communications giant, Teléfonica, and computers and networks from the Far East to Portugal. I published an article on the
A great deal has been said in recent years about the future of legal technology. With the advent of AI (artificial intelligence), some are predicting the appearance of “robo-lawyers” which
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It can be a difficult question to answer. All providers claim that they supply efficient legal software, but how do you really know? There are several key areas to look at
In April 2014, Microsoft announced the end of life of Windows XP, Office 2003 and Small Business Server 2003. Many law firms are now faced with the prospect of costly upgrade bills for replacing equipment and updating software licenses. Is there an alternative?