Talking Tech & Videos
UK legal software supplier Select Legal Systems has produced three coffee-break sized video case studies, each featuring a different law firm – Cartwright King, Silver Fitzgerald and H&R Hughes – using the company’s LawFusion system.
In the latest installment of the titanic struggle between the forces of Good and Evil – or Evil and Good – between HP and OpenText – or OpenText and HP (readers are free to rearrange the names in any order) HP Autonomy iManage has reacted angrily to rumours that HP is looking to sell the Autonomy business, possibly to SAP.
Our latest legal IT video is a vox pop compilation of top tips on cloud computing via e-know.net – the video was filmed at last month’s LawTech Futures event in London. http://www.e-know.net/
Amusing video here by Lawdingo in the US to promote their services to prospective clients and law firm partners. For all those times when life sucks – tho what’s with those egg-cups on the table?
Phoenix Business Solutions have launched their new look YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/phoenixdemos – we particularly like the fact they keep their videos short. Well done Nikki Bhogal & Team Phoenix.
Last week we gave you a famous movie – Blade Runner – remade in 60 seconds. This week we up the ante with a famous movie remade in 30 seconds – and acted out by bunnies! There are dozens of these movies out there but we are giving you their version of Die Hard – you can find more at http://www.angryalien.com/
We know we’ve been ignoring the sci-fi fans among our readers, so here is something for you. It’s the winner of this year’s Jameson Empire (Magazine) Done In 60 Seconds award for a remake of popular movies in just, er, 60 seconds. The winner is Philip Haskins with his version of “Blade Runner” reimagined as a 1940s film noir.
Here’s our vote for the best April Fool of 2013 – from Google, gently making fun of themselves – and every other tech company on the planet – and the breathless tones they use – when they make new product announcements of stunning insignificance.
As part of its preparations for LawTech Futures 2013, managed service provider and legal sector specialist e-know.net has launched a new video focusing on the future of IT for small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs).
Still contemplating the endless BYOD debate? Still working towards creating a paperless office? Here’s a little ad from a French company that neatly sums up the “will the iPad ever replace paper” argument. Note, contains humour.
We’ve a new video here from the Tikit Group – featuring Duncan Eadie, the IT & Business Services director of Foot Anstey talking about the firm’s use of Tikit in an iManage WorkSite implementation project. And, still in the world of legal IT marketing, Tikit is now experimenting with Google+ – but what do readers think about it?
The Tikit Group has launched a new campaign to promote its First Response service with a video of Jonathan Evans, the finance director at London law firm Memery Crystal.
Falling into the category of it-seemed-funny-at-the-time-but-now-we’re-not-so-sure is this video of Mike Lynch and other senior executives of Autonomy in a spoof Mafia/Godfather movie.
Here’s a new video clip we shot in Eagan featuring Thomson Reuters’ global head of mobile technology Bob Schukai talking about designing for mobile.
Yes, it’s Friday Night at the Legalit Movies and we’ve got a great little video from ediscovery specialist Nuix that uses the example of bean cans to demonstrate how to locate vital information within a mass of corporate dark data.
Team Legal IT Insider was at the Bighand EMEA user conference in Manchester yesterday – we’ll have a full report on the serious news in February’s newsletter, meanwhile here are some random photos and even more random captions. + Now with video