Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter (April 2013, issue 263) – which also incorporates our UK, American and APAC Legal Technology Insider newsletters.

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Top stories include:

Who’s in & who’s out: all April’s wins, deals, swapouts & rollouts – and why one legal IT vendor lost its flagship site after 15 years

Where did it all go so wrong, as Integreon’s UK outsourcing model unravels

LawTech Futures 2013 – is SOLD OUT

New head of IT for Simmons & Simmons

Are you a Probate software supplier – then we’d like to hear from you

Have we got new apps for you… from rekoop, Drooms, Bellefield, LawZam, Lawyerly and ProcessFlows – and check out Rainmaker Coach as a marketing on-the-go app

Thought Leader Comment: Mike Walker of Thomson Reuters Elite on innovations

Fresh on the radar as Bighand takes to the cloud + Nikec introduces cloud storage Dropbox killer + Springboard launches new referral platform + nQueue Billback introduces Virtual Cabinet DMS

The young guns in legal IT ask: why is legal software 23 years out-of-date & can we have an ERP system for law firms please?

Read why “That makes about as much sense as a coffee-shop describing itself as an implementer of Gaggia-based steamed caffeine, customer facing beverage solutions.”

And Dilbert explains the importance of knowing what the word ‘important’ means