As Published in TechnoFeature™ by TechnoLawyer in 2010 — In this sequel to the first Cutting the Cord article, Seth recounts how moving to the Cloud went for Basha Systems.
In this article, legal technologist Seth Rowland predicts that the Tablet PC will revolutionize the way lawyers work and interact with their clients. With the evolution of fully powered Tablet PCs and wireless networks, the Tablet PC has emerged as a productivity force that can now serve an important purpose in client meetings, not just as an expensive note-taking device. With the proper software, the Tablet PC can bring attorney and client closer together and foster greater productivity. Could a Tablet PC empower your legal practice? Read this article to find out.
These days, lawyers live by their handheld and, luckily for them, many of them can even run their Practice Management System and Document Cloud systems such as NetDocuments directly from the palm of their hand. Check out this slideshow about mobile systems.
Learn how to follow the wireless brick road by checking out this slideshow on portable, handheld and wireless techno tools.
Steve Jobs once said that behind every overnight success lies 10 years of hard work. Nowhere is this aphorism more evident than in the wireless telephone industry. Ten years ago, the only wireless telephones used with any regularity were car phones. Portable cell phones existed back then in theory but not in practice — they weighed a ton and would fill up a briefcase. The introduction of the Motorola Micro -Tac wireless phone changed everything and ushered in the tiny wireless phones we use today. We now stand on the threshold of another wireless revolution — the convergence of telephony and handheld computers. What will the future hold? That is for you to decide in this TechnoDebate