Q3 Newsletter: The Latest from Your Law Office in the Cloud


Join Legal Workspace at ILTACON!


Are you attending ILTACON in Las Vegas? If so, say hi to the Legal Workspace team in booth 636. All Legal Workspace clients are invited to join the Legal Workspace team for our VIP events at Border Grill at the Mandalay Bay hotel. RSVP to reserve your spot at happy hour or breakfast.

The Top-Five Critical Security Controls to Consider for Corporate Counsel Evaluations


Corporations consider many different factors when deciding whether to hire a law firm. Security wasn’t usually a major factor, and law firms used to fly under the radar when it came to questions about keeping client data secure. That has all changed. Legal Workspace’s CEO, Joe Kelly, shares the top five security factors Law Journal Newsletters.

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The Top Case and Practice Management Tools for your Firm


The Legal Workspace applications team weighs in on the top case and practice management applications for law firms. In this post, we evaluate PracticeMaster, Needles, Time Matters, and LawBase. However, give us a call if you would like to explore or need help customizing alternative options. Our apps team is certified in and has experience with most legal applications.

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How Much is Spam Email Costing Your Firm?


The average worker receives 121 emails per day, and nearly 50 percent of those emails are spam. It takes some time to differentiate spam from the real thing—about 16 seconds per email on average—which doesn’t seem like a whole lot of time until you start doing the math:

If your employees are anything like the average worker, your employees and attorneys spend 16 minutes each day, 80 minutes each week, 5.5 hours each month, and 69.3 hours each year managing spam email.

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6 Tips to Stabilize and Reduce Out-Of-Control IT Costs


If you feel like your IT costs have spun out of control, you are not alone. According to the “2016 ILTA/InsideLegal Technology Purchasing Survey,” firms of all sizes spend up to 10 percent of their budgets on technology. As IT infrastructure and technology eat away at the bottom line, many are seeking ways to control and stabilize IT budgets.

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